SCOUTS in Leamington have answered their artistic calling.
The 12th Leamington Scouts are behind the latest exhibition at the town’s smallest art gallery.
The scouts have installed a huge World Scout Emblem in the tiny Art Box – which used to be an old red telephone box.
The emblem, which features on the badges of scouts around the world, has been jazzed up with images representing the group’s activities rather than the usual rope.
They have also installed bunting decorated with positive messages, which they hope will brighten the day of visitors to the exhibition.
The Art Box is owned by Leamington Town Council and managed by the Friends of Christchurch Gardens.