AN EASTER exhibition will extend to the end of the month - with hopes the project could be permanent.
The Engedi art initiative, currently hosted at the Imperial pub in Colwyn Bay, has had its lease prolonged until April 22, and the organisers are applying for grants to keep going.
Gavin Mart, an organiser, said: “Basically as we have a couple of funding applications for the project pending until mid April, it would seem silly to move out of the venue before hearing the outcome of those.
“If they are successful then we get to stay and figure out our future in the venue, and if not then we will probably call it a very successful day at the Imperial and look ahead to future Engedi projects elsewhere around the area.”
Mr Mart thanked everyone who made the “dream a reality” and said it had been an overwhelming success so far.
He said: “The showcase of the Easter Story through the visual and performance arts here in the Bay has been second to none.
“We have been bowled over by the response from the local community, in huge numbers attending our events, but also in the kind and considerate comments and acts of support. We have received many hundreds of pounds in donations and six beautiful floral hanging baskets from the surrounding churches.”