Worcester BID announced new art installation  - The Worcester Observer

Worcester BID announced new art installation 

WORCESTER BID has announced the completion of its largest city art installation.

The city is now filled with colour as the summer aerial display, which features the distinctive Worcester colour palette by Stacey Barnfield.

The palette celebrates the city’s heritage and has been displayed at various locations.

The displays include a palette board of decorations, summer bunting, and giant mesh spheres suspended overhead.

It aims to create more engaging city streets and making it more lively.

Worcester BID has installed displays on eight city centre streets, including The Shambles, The Hopmarket, Reindeer Court, Broad Street, New Street, Friar Street, Mealcheapen Street, and St. Swithin’s.

The Worcester colour palette is inspired by Worcester’s landmarks and history, features colours such as elgar bronze, saucy orange, hive gold, cathedral stone, diglis deep blue, and pear black.

Local business owner Justin, owner of Ware, said: “The installation of aerial displays in Reindeer Court is wonderful, tying the Court in with the city colour palette.

“Small businesses benefit enormously from increased footfall brought about by Worcester BID initiatives such as this—giving another reason to visit Reindeer Court.”


Bill Simpson, trustee at The Hopmarket Charity said: “We are delighted to be part of Worcester BID’s initiative to bring colour and vibrancy into The Hopmarket; not only does it look fabulous it also brings the city’s history and heritage to life.

“We hope it encourages more visitors to our courtyard space over the summer months.”


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