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‘Perch here’ project to be unveiled in Sutton Bridge





A community project which aims to celebrate art and the area’s heritage, has received help from children in a village.

Residents in Sutton Bridge are invited to the unveiling of the ‘perch here’ scheme, run by the Transported team and Lincolnshire County Council on Saturday, July 6 between 1pm and 3pm.

Organisers say the event will include a colourful procession of artwork created by children in the area, as a celebration of Sutton Bridge’s history.

'Perch Here' silk painted with Donna Fox
'Perch Here' silk painted with Donna Fox
The free event will be open for anyone to attend
The free event will be open for anyone to attend
The unveiling of the 'perch here' project will take place this weekend
The unveiling of the 'perch here' project will take place this weekend

The trail will take place on the village green and will include a new trail of carved wooden features and specially designed ‘perch’ seats and other bespoke elements. The artwork has also been crafted with assistance of the Long Sutton Men’s Shed, Boston and South Holland Woodcarvers and the Long Sutton Youth Shed.

All of the tree designs were inspired by the landscape and incorporate elements such as honeycomb structures, goose footprints and motifs of marine life. Each piece aims to tell and story, encourage curiosity and engagement with natural culture and environment.

For more information about the ‘perch here’ project, contact transported@lincoln.ac.uk.



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