VISITORS to Andover High Street will have noticed a new visual treat.

Two new postbox toppers have appeared outside the Chantry Centre, celebrating the work of a local mental health organisation.

The colourful toppers, located outside the Chantry Centre and Lloyds Bank, are courtesy of The Kind Stitchers and feature numerous bees, goats and flowers, representing the work of The Three Bees Project - an organisation supporting mental health and wellbeing with the help of animals and nature.

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Tiger-Lily and her minature selfTiger-Lily and her miniature self (Image: Three Bees Project)

Staff from the project were so impressed that they brought the star of one of the toppers, Tiger-Lily the goat, part of the Get Out And Talk (G.O.A.T.) therapy the organisation offers, to meet her tiny crocheted double.

A spokesperson from the organisation said: "Members of the public were delighted by the detailed yarn work as was little Tiger-Lily who thought it was, the bees knees."

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