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5-metre high sculpture of a clothes peg unveiled in Grantham park




An eye-catching sculpture of a clothes peg has been unveiled in Grantham’s Queen Elizabeth Park.

The five-metre high wooden peg has been placed at the entrance to the park which is owned by South Kesteven District Council. Carved from larch, it is designed to replicate a peg holding a piece of clothing.

The new addition is the idea of SKDC Cabinet member for Planning Policy, Coun Nick Robins, who wanted an added attraction installed that was out of the ordinary.


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