A rewrite of work by famous poets made together by more than 100 people affected by homelessness is on display in an exhibition at Bury Art Museum.

Refuge from the Ravens is a 21st Century rewrite of Lyrical Ballads by Wordsworth and Coleridge and was made in colloboration with people from across Greater Manchester, Cumbria, and Liverpool.

Artworks, writing and a film/soundscape are on show at the museum until Saturday, May 6, along with rarely seen prints of Turner artworks from the gallery collection.

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The project is supported by the Heritage Fund. Project partners include Manchester organisations Back on Track and Invisible Manchester, Lancashire District Homeless Action Service, Manna House in Kendal, Tom Harrison House in Liverpool and venues Wordsworth Grasmere and the art museum.