New sculpture unveiled in Cromer park
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A sculpture made from old garden tools has been unveiled at North Lodge Park in Cromer.
For the last 18 months volunteers from the Friends of North Lodge Park have been restoring the rose garden, but had been missing a centrepiece.
North Walsham sculptor Bob Catchpole heard of the work being done in the park and decided to make a contribution.
Mr Catchpole said: 'They have done so much great work, clearing the roses and making the garden so beautiful but it needed a centrepiece.
'The piece resembles a bird but it's about how traditional tools can have a second use.'
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Barry Meadows, secretary of the Friends, said: 'I love it. We are now continuing to improve the rose garden with plans to put in more flowers and keep maintaining the park.
The sculpture was unveiled by North Norfolk District Council chairman John Lee on Tuesday.
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