Fun postcards and moving texts and images will be on show in a St Annes shopping street from tomorrow as artists show off their works in a public exhibition.

The projects will be featured in the in Ansdell public exhibition, supported by Fylde Borough Council, which includes the works of 14 artists on display along Woodlands Road.

Twelve shops and businesses will host the visual artworks which vary from installations to video work, collaborative pieces, LED texting and fun postcards.

The line-up of artists includes locally based Nicola Martin, Boz Phillips and Kate Eggleston-Wirtz.

Project leader, Christine Stringfellow, a St Annes artist, said: " in Ansdell fits in with the best that's happening in contemporary art.

"All the artists work regionally and nationally and I'm very excited about bringing this kind of work so close to home."

The shops and business hosting the artwork include Sun & Hair, Valentines/Londis, Xtreme Dry Cleaners, WH Darbyshire and Son, Jeremy's Cafe, Friends of St Paul's Fundraising Shop, Tom's Butchers, Easy Clean Launderette, Campus Computing, Berkeley Court/Halifax, Fine Words! and Diana Peters Antiques.

Councillor Simon Renwick, cabinet member for culture and leisure, added: "Contemporary art is all about pushing boundaries.

"We are delighted to support this initiative to bring art into new and unexpected spaces and allow the public to experience these works in an environment very different to a museum."

The exhibition runs from March 5-31.