What would you like to see on the new outdoor artwork coming to King’s Lynn later this year?
You can give your views on the Norfolk Art Trail which will be public art spanning 250 miles of the county including the Boal Quay area.
The four shortlisted ideas can be found by clicking here and you have until midnight on January 11 to have your say, before the selected artwork will be announced on January 25
Elizabeth Nockolds, the borough council’s heritage and culture champion, said: “When we walk into our parks and open spaces it’s good for our health and wellbeing. If there’s a special piece of art structure for people to view at Boal Quay, learn about, and possibly tell the story of King’s Lynn then it encourages people to take more of an interest.”