There's an unusual sight in Weymouth this week - a fifteen foot inflatable red ball!
It's part of an art project by New York artist Kurt Perschke, which aims to get people interested in their surroundings.
Co-produced by Torbay Council and The Dartington Hall Trust, the ball will visit 19 sites in total. It's already been to Torbay, Plymouth and Exeter, and will end its UK tour in London.
The RedBall Project has already intrigued and astounded people worldwide where it has been seen in unexpected locations - squeezed into alleyways and underpasses, inflated in town squares, and squashed into bus shelters and bridge arches.
You can see the ball in the following locations in Weymouth and Portland:
- 21 June: St Alban Street & St Thomas Street
- 22 June: Town Bridge
- 23 June: Esplanade
- 24 June: Cove House Inn, Chesil Cove
You can see Duncan Sleightholme's full report on the phenomenon here: