COLNE Valley residents are being asked for their views on creating a sculpture trail alongside the river.
Community arts workshops are developing ideas and themes for the Colne Valley Sculpture Trail.
The workshops are entitled River Wish and are being held during the summer and autumn.
The workshops are being run by local freelance artists Cate Clark and Zoe Carratt.
Cate said: "We've called it River Wish because we really want to include as many ideas from local children, young people and adults as possible.
"We want to know what their wishes for the river sculpture trail are."
The first workshops have already taken place at Crow Lane Junior, Infant and Nursery School in Milnsbridge, and Linthwaite Clough Junior, Infant and Early Years School.
Some of the sculpture ideas included fountains, crocodiles and floating otters.
An exhibition of suggestions will tour the Colne Valley in the autumn.
The idea of the trail came about as a result of community consultation in the valley in the first phase of the River Colne Project.
The next stage of the project - planning - has been under way since February, when Mick Smith took over the role of River Colne Project officer.
He said: "The consultation events will allow parents, younger children and teenagers, among others, to attend.
"We want to get as much input into the sculpture trail project as possible, so that it reflects what residents want."
* The next community workshop will be on Tuesday, August 17, from 11am to 1pm and 2pm to 4pm, at Slaithwaite Community Centre.
For more information, phone Mr Smith at the Colne Valley Trust on 01484 847798.