Young people across West Norfolk are getting the chance to create art which will set out ways of cutting climate change in the area.
The group Alert! Collusion wants to work with 11 to 25 year olds on a series of discussions which will lead to the creation of pieces of art including a music video, light projections, an audio trail, interactive art exhibition, parade, and a show at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.
The musical performance group Klanghaus Neutrinos, who will perform at the Corn Exchange on May 13, will help bring the project to life.
Young people can contribute their ideas digitally to help create the finished manifesto through a series of free events which start this month. To find out more and discover how to get involved, visit manifestokl.com