A new mural in Banbury and networking hub will open tomorrow at a grand opening.

The ribbon will be cut at 2pm tomorrow (June 1) afternoon and will mark the completion of the mural, along with the opening of a 'first in the UK' networking hub called Power Cup. 

Power Cup will offer healthy drinks and coffee and a chance for residents to connect over a 'perfect blend of community and caffeine'.

The town centre wall has been a canvass for vibrant artwork over the last 30 years and has featured an image of a pigeon in recent years.

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The wall which is having the makeover can be found at the Bridge Street and Cherwell Street junction near the train station.

The mural has already stirred up conversations, with many people living in the town discussing the vibrant artwork online. 

Tomas Kolbus, who runs Power Cup with his partner Natalia Karwacka, said: "We are so excited and buzzing as our visionary minds are constantly evolving and creating something special - we will be real and accessible."

He continued: "Join us on June 1 for an unforgettable grand opening celebration.

"Experience a vibrant Networking Hub combined with a delightful range of healthy drinks and coffee.

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"Connect, create, and enjoy the perfect blend of community and caffeine.

"Indulge in expertly crafted coffee and refreshing beverages while forging new friendships and exploring endless possibilities.

"Don't miss out on this extraordinary event and join us for a grand opening like no other on June 1."