It will be no small feat to move 40 giraffes around Cambridge...
After many years of being hidden, the pump now sits proudly restored in Cambridge Road, complete with an information board and sculpture.
A panel recommends it is returned to the descendants of its original Jewish owner
Spring 2024 will see up to 40 large giraffe sculptures make the city their new home and, alongside them, will be 50 smaller sculptures.
The second exhibition of its kind at the gallery is a self-funded project supported by gallery owner Lotte Attwood.
The new art sculpture trail will see around 40 giraffe sculptures towering over the city next spring.
Commissioned by the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT), which runs the reserve at Welney, it was unveiled in Bristol on February 2.
The exhibition, held at The Leys School, was open to the public and attendees were given the opportunity to purchase artworks.
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Follow-on to ‘Cows’ success kicks off with unveiling – and a masterful pitch to sponsors.
He was renowned for his landscapes of fen country.
Details of the city’s new sculpture trail in aid of Break are revealed.
An online auction of the Dinky Presents is open.
We will be bringing you all the details to the follow-up to the hugely successful Cows about Cambridge trail.
The centre’s first ever charity auction, which will take place on January 26, will see eight Dinky Presents go under the hammer.
Activist says the country’s resources have been mismanaged by a small group of men governing it.
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