Unveiling for £1.6m Grantham Market Place revamp
A £1.6m renovation of a Lincolnshire town's central square is being officially unveiled.
Work began in June to make Grantham's Market Place more pedestrian friendly, with new paving, street furniture and a large sculpture.
The county and South Kesteven District Council secured central government funding as part of an effort to boost the town.
The occasion will be marked with a day of family events.
The sculpture's design was put to a public vote, with local residents selecting an Isaac Newton-themed installation, known as the Orrery, which represents planets moving around the sun.
South Kesteven District Council's portfolio holder for Economic development, councillor Frances Cartwright, said: "The new look Market Place is an asset to the town.
"It gives us a focal point and wherever you are in the square it looks amazing and feels like a place you want to be."