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Fairy Tale Sculpture Trail

At Waterperry Gardens

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Fairy Tale

Orienteering family fun during the summer holidays from 9th July through to the 4th September. Enjoy exploring the ornamental gardens using directions and clues to follow the sculpture trail, this year featuring 10 bespoke pieces, hidden across every corner of the gardens, ready to be discovered by eager young visitors.

Created by artist Rob Faherty, the sculptures draw inspiration from the natural world, for the most part, the British countryside and it’s wildlife!

£3.50 per child with a prize (compass supplied), tickets available from the Gift Barn (no pre-booking required). Children must be accompanied by an adult for whom the standard garden entrance fee applies. Gardens open daily 10am till 5.30pm.

About the Artist

Rob Faherty: Rob Faherty creates 3d sketches in steel inspired by the natural world, predominantly, the British countryside. Flowing lines of iron capture the essences of the flora and fauna which are his subject matter.

Sat, 9th July - Sun, 4th September

Artworks will be available for purchase in September.

For more information visit www.wildsteel.co.uk/events or email rob@wildsteel.co.uk

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