AN exhibition is being staged to give people living in Tenbury a say in the how best to point the way in the town.

There will be a chance to look at the work of students that have been designing signage that could be used to show the way to important landmarks in the town.

Tenbury Town Council has been working with a group of graphic design students at the University of Worcester on a real life signage project.

Now the finished concepts are ready and will be on display for a week in The Pump Rooms from Saturday (July 19).

People living in the town are invited to come and see the ideas and let the town council know what they think of them.

The work has been undertaken by second year students studying Graphic Information Design which forms part of a course at the University of Worcester.

A short listing process has been completed and a selective number of different concepts will be on display in The Pump Rooms.

“Councillors have been very impressed with the work submitted by the students and we hope this will be the starting point for some worthwhile changes in the town which will help visitors and locals alike find out more about Tenbury in an informative and eye-catching way,” said Mark Willis, the mayor of Tenbury.