COWDENBEATH now has the most amazing landmark, thought to be the biggest mural in Fife.

After several weeks working on the project, artist Kerry Wilson was delighted to see the scaffolding come down last week to reveal her tribute to the town’s mining heritage on the north facing wall of Brunton House.

The stunning artwork is one of her biggest ever creations, but she is no stranger to Cowdenbeath High Street.

Her work with the pupils of Beath High School created the painted shop shutters which are making a real difference to the town’s shopping thoroughfare.

Said Kerry: “Working on scaffolding was a big challenge and it is the biggest scale project I have worked on, so I was very pleased to see how the finished article came out.”

The mural, visible to motorists and pedestrians heading south on High Street, dominates the Brunton Square scene and is part of the investment which is set to see a large number of improvements in the centre of the town.