Sign of the times at Drighlington crossroads

Councillors Steve Slater, Janet Scholes, Andy Cattle and Arthur Thornton at the old advertising mural on the side of the Kings Cantonese in Drighlington, which is getting a revamp. (d308a435)
Councillors Steve Slater, Janet Scholes, Andy Cattle and Arthur Thornton at the old advertising mural on the side of the Kings Cantonese in Drighlington, which is getting a revamp. (d308a435)
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A renovation of the ‘ghost sign’ at Drighlington crossroads is near completion, thanks to the parish council and a £1,500 grant.

The old advertising sign, for the now defunct Larkspur Pop, has been saved by a small working group after a successful application to the Outer Southern Area Committee. 
Brian the Brush, a master signwriter, was tasked with bringing the sign back to its former glory.

Pictured are councillors Steve Slater, Janet Scholes, Andy Cattle and Arthur Thornton at the mural.