An Easter exhibition will celebrate the talents of art in all its forms.

Painting, drawing, needlecraft and pottery will make up some of the display at the Settlement on Castle Hill exhibition in Maryport.

Their work will be exhibited alongside entries from renowned quilter Celia Eddy and Settlement resident artist Alan Roper who appeared in BBC's Countryfile last year.

That will represent the work of those who attend some of the classes at the Settlement but an invitation has gone out to any other local artist in any medium who would like to take part.

The artists must live in or have a connection with Maryport to qualify.Entry will be £1 per item for up to three items and the Settlement will charge a small commission for anything sold.

The exhibition will be open to the public on Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Sunday from 10am to 4pm and on Easter Monday from 10am to 1pm.

Admission is free and there will be refreshments for sale.

All proceeds will go towards the maintenance of the Settlement as a community facility.

For more information contact the Settlement at of call 01900 837232.