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Re: A growing trend
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I must say I like temporary sculpture in general very much. Visits to Worcester and Bristol over the last couple of months have been much-enhanced by themed trails of giraffes and Gromits etc and I miss them now they've gone, the places seem dull without them.

Those Rollright sculptures are really well done (and not very permanent).

Somehow though I feel I'd *really* like them if I came across them in a field somewhere, but like them less as an addition to a site that's already great in its own right. I guess my (laboured) point is that for me prehistoric sites don't need enhancements.


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thesweetcheat
Posted by thesweetcheat
11th October 2018ce
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