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Cambridge pool sculpture ‘no ordinary sign’




Dani Redhead, chair of the Friends of Sheep's Green Learner Pool, with Russell Cuthbert, woodcraft tutor at Rowan. Picture: Keith Heppell
Dani Redhead, chair of the Friends of Sheep's Green Learner Pool, with Russell Cuthbert, woodcraft tutor at Rowan. Picture: Keith Heppell

A new sculpture has been unveiled at Sheep’s Green Learner Pool.

Cambridge-based charity and arts centre Rowan teamed up with the Friends of Sheep’s Green and students at Newnham Croft Primary School to create an entry sign and noticeboard for the Cambridge facility.

It was officially unveiled on Monday (July 22), with children from the school and members of Rowan in attendance.

Russell Cuthbert, wood tutor at Rowan, said: “This is not any ordinary sign.

“We have an insect hotel which is part of the main wording, a bird bath, an internal crevice for bats, as well as a slate section where the local community can keep track of the wildlife they have seen.”



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