A new mural in North Berwick town centre created by a Ukrainian refugee will be unveiled next month.

Following the outbreak of the war with Russia, Tetiana Hurn lived in North Berwick before moving to Musselburgh with her son Nikolai.

As a thanks to the East Lothian people who made her welcome in her new home, she decided to create a mural inspired by North Berwick, the travelling spirit, and Robert Louis Stevenson.

East Lothian Courier: What Tetiana's mural will look like when completed in North Berwick

The mural depicts “opposing forces” linking Ukraine to North Berwick and depicting iconic sites in the town such as St Andrew’s Kirk Ports and a gannet.

This is accented by a quote from Stevenson that speaks to the travellers of the world.

The mural, to be created on the ‘Lighthouse Corner’ of Quality Street and High Street, will be unveiled on Sunday, October 8.

The event starts at 12.30pm, when Tetiana will present the story of the mural’s creation and her inspiration for it at the site.

This will be followed by Ukrainian nibbles, with a location still to be confirmed, until 2pm.