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Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail

The Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail was established in 1993 and runs through Brungerley Park and Cross Hill Quarry. There were originally 24 sculptures on the Trail, but no new items have been added since 2009. Some of the sculptures now appear to be missing and the Trail is slightly "tired" but still comprises an interesting walk through pleasant country parallel to the River Ribble.
by Oliver Dixon

Created: Sun, 24 Oct 2021, Updated: Sun, 24 Oct 2021

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SD7443 : "Fir Cone" by Oliver Dixon
SD7443 : Mosaic Way Marker by Oliver Dixon
SD7342 : "Alder Cone" by Oliver Dixon
SD7443 : "Otter" by Oliver Dixon
SD7443 : Mosaic Way Marker by Oliver Dixon
SD7443 : Mosaic Way Marker by Oliver Dixon
SD7443 : "Lords and Ladies" by Oliver Dixon
SD7442 : Fish mobile by Oliver Dixon
SD7443 : "The Ribble King" by Oliver Dixon

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