An art collective is looking for submissions of pictures, drawings and videos to be included in an interactive display in Great Yarmouth Minster.

From Friday, the Minster will be hosting its inaugural Christmas Angels Festival.

Great Yarmouth-based arts project Reprezent will be working with St Nicholas Priory Primary School and other local groups to create a seven-metre tall Angel of Hope which will greet festivalgoers as they enter the Minster.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: Great Yarmouth Minster. Picture - James WeedsGreat Yarmouth Minster. Picture - James Weeds (Image: James Weeds)And now, Reprezent is calling for artists or creatives to send pictures, drawings, videos or any other Angel-related pieces to be included in the displays

The artwork will be projected onto walls for visitors to see throughout the week-long exhibition.

The festival starts at 6pm on December 8.

On the opening night, Ben Jay from the Hippodrome Circus will be creating spectacular light displays to illuminate the festival and, along with the angels exhibition, there will be plenty of activities for young and old alike and mince pies, mulled wine and hot chocolate will be available.

Entry to the festival is free but donations are welcome.

Artwork can be sent to

For more information, visit

Great Yarmouth Mercury: Church warden Wendy Betts with one of the angels. Picture - Great Yarmouth MinsterChurch warden Wendy Betts with one of the angels. Picture - Great Yarmouth Minster (Image: Great Yarmouth Minster)