Herne Hill Station Mural is currently at the end of the painting phase and will be installed in Herne Hill Station this spring (2019). It is a 40m x 2m community colouring in mural that will be located in the underpass of Herne Hill Station in South London. It's painted on Polytab mural cloth with acrylic artist paint from Molotow. Eight schools in the area (including two schools with SEND students) and the local community took part in colouring it in. We attempted the Guinness Book Record for most participants in a colour by numbers mural on the 12h of September 2018 and 2,330 people participated. We're now waiting for Guinness to verify it. It's part of a larger renovation project aiming at transforming the whole underpass into a safe and enjoyable place to pass through. The mural is a panorama view of Herne Hill, seen from Brockwell Park, showing landmarks and a diversity of notable Herne Hillians. The project is funded by Herne Hill Forum, Lambeth Council, Southeastern Rail, and Network Rail. It won the Aviva Community Award.