BID Camborne is inviting residents, business owners and interested members of the public to drop into a design workshop at the Wesley Methodist Chapel on Tuesday 24 October from 2-7pm.
To keep children amused, a free face painter will also be in attendance from 3-5pm.
Run by locally based graphic designer Tim Hendy, the event is about developing new branding and signage for the town.
“This is part of our Town Deal project to improve the appearance of Camborne town centre and make it easier for visitors to find their way around,” said BID Camborne manager Anna Pascoe.
“Tim did a great job of encouraging participants to think creatively at our first workshop in August and concepts resulting from that event will be on display for comment.
“We’re aiming for an authentic, attractive look that conveys the essence of Camborne and I’m personally very excited about a creative process that’s going to have a big impact on our town. It’s a great opportunity to get involved and have your say.”
The initiative is part of Project A-Void Phase 2, one of eleven ground-breaking schemes to improve Camborne with £23.7m of Town Deal funding.