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'Weeping Window' at Hereford Cathedral

By Fabian Musto

The 'Weeping Window' sculpture at Hereford Cathedral was made by two people, Paul Cummins (artist) and Tom Piper (designer). This sculpture has been seen in many places before, such as Caernarfon Castle, etc. Recently, during the early days of March 2018, the Weeping Window sculpture was being set up at this cathedral, and it wasn't until March 14th 2018 the Weeping Window fully opened to the public. Since then the city has been having a huge number of visitors, as they were going to visit this well-known sculpture. They didn't just visit the sculpture, some also visited inside the cathedral too.

I'm someone who lives in Herefordshire, and already knew the news about the Weeping Window sculpture being made. It wasn't until April 7th 2018 when I started to visit the actual sculpture myself, and it was absolutely amazing! Despite the fact I did have a sneak peek of the sculpture being constructed at the cathedral around March 10th 2018, I knew that it was going to make Hereford gain a lot of visitors, there were even signs for it if you were taking the A49 road from Leominster! Overall, it's a very well-made sculpture, and the two people responsible for this sculpture did a massive brilliant job. I'm not sure how long this sculpture will last at the cathedral, might possibly be taken away around the end of April 2018. I have taken a couple of pictures of the sculpture, so check them out if you want. I also made a short video of me discussing the sculpture too, so here is the link if you want to watch it: LinkExternal link

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