School pupils have come up with themes for Minehead's Eastern Esplanade enhancements.
Pupils from Year 1 and Year 3 at Minehead First School were set the challenge.
The designs will be on show on two image boards in the seafront's open air gallery.
Minehead Coastal Communities Team launched the competition and Minehead Town Council has sponsored the images.
Mayor Norman Hercock said: "The judges all wanted to see some design elements from the children’s designs feature somewhere on the seafront.
"The idea to have these displayed on the gallery means we can include the chosen designs.”
"Minehead's prosperity was closely bound up with the sea and for more than 200 years the port was second in local importance only to Bristol.
"Minehead offers traditional seaside fun, with its promenade, a beautiful bay with sandy beach and a backdrop of Exmoor."