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Floral display now covers White Horse in Spalding





A town grot spot has been mysteriously been covered over with a floral display.

The White Horse was one of several buildings around Spalding which had been vandalised with unslightly graffiti tags in recent weeks – which would have been seen as the parade goes over High Bridge.

But this morning, someone has covered over the vandalism with lovely display, which includes knitted flowers, to ensure the town will look its best next week when thousands of visitors come along to watch Spalding Flower Parade.

The ugly graffiti tags sprayed onto The White Horse in Spalding have been covered over
The ugly graffiti tags sprayed onto The White Horse in Spalding have been covered over

This is the latest grot spot to have been given a make-over in time for next week’s big event.

Street artists Karl Barfoot and Adam Sadd transformed the former Calthrops building in Market Place on Saturday by covering over the ugly tags with a stunning floral mural.

Police and South Holland District Council are investigating the spate of graffiti tags.

The stunning artwork created by Karl Barfoot and Adam Sadd to hide the graffiti tags sprayed onto the former Calthrops building in Market Place, Spalding
The stunning artwork created by Karl Barfoot and Adam Sadd to hide the graffiti tags sprayed onto the former Calthrops building in Market Place, Spalding

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