CAMPAIGNERS are looking for a fence or wall where anti-bullying messages could be spray-painted.

The initiative hopes to combat bullying through wall art and raise awareness in Worcester.

The idea originated when a woman’s fence was vandalised with offensive messages.

The home owner gathered a group of people to decorate over the abusive graffiti which became an inspiration within the community.

The project, called the ‘No Offence Fence’, started in Portishead and is now hoping to spread to other towns and cities.

Emily Johnson, 34, from Worcester, was one of the individuals who participated in the fence touch up.

She is appealing for an available wall or fence in the city where people can display positive messages and express themselves through art.

Emily said: “It became a collaboration which I believe emphasises the fact we are all different. I feel the young generation copy everyone in society that they lose their own individuality."