A Chester-based mural company volunteered to put the final touches on a newly-restored youth hub in Liverpool.

Absolutely Design provided a colourful mural, free of charge, for Positive Future's club on Tetlow Road near Anfield.

It can be found in the entrance hall, referred to as the 'Town', providing a warm, inviting visual representation of the diversity and potential of youth.

Amanda Wills, trustee at Positive Futures, said: "Positive Futures is enormously grateful to Graham Boyd and Nikki Pinder for creating this fun, colourful artwork in collaboration with our team and young people.

"The mural gives an instantly positive impact to every young person who passes through the front door."

Positive Futures, receiving a £1m Youth Investment Grant, also offers quiet zones and leisurely spaces such as 'Nan's Front Room'.

Graham Boyd, founder of Absolutely Design, said: "I wish Positive Futures every success in the future.

"First impressions count and I hope that as they enter the youth hub the young people will look at the mural and think ‘this is the sort of place where I fit in and can be happy'."

The youth hub is set to officially launch on June 28.