FOOTPRINTS aimed at luring more visitors to a Henley art gallery have come unstuck just weeks after being put in place.
A town councillor has accused teenagers of ripping the bright red prints off the pavement.
The prints, which have the word “gallery” and an arrow pointing people in the direction, lead from the town hall to the Old Fire Station Gallery behind it in Upper Market Place.
The town council, which owns the gallery, came up with the idea to encourage more use of the venue and had the prints stuck down last month.
Now only nine of the original 42 are left in place and some of those are visibly lifting off the York stone.