Stunning public art brightens Peterborough streets and underpasses

The Werrington Cuckoos Hollow underpass murals are expected to be completed in the next few days as local artist Nathan Murdoch adds the finishing touches to the piece.

Nathan, who owns Peterborough-based Street Arts Hire, is known for his incredible works that have been featured in underpasses across the city – including his work to create a tribute to the Prodigy singer Keith Flint, and the anti-racism works at Taverners Road.

But it is not just the big murals at city underpasses that have brightened the city – there have been a range of art works in locations across Peterborough including at shops and pubs.

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Peterborough Telegraph