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A Witney Yarn
A Witney Yarn
A Witney Yarn
A Witney Yarn
A Witney Yarn
A Witney Yarn
A Witney Yarn
A Witney Yarn
A Witney Yarn

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A circular ring of unglazed ceramic mosaic, installed using the indirect reverse technique. It is a circular time line celebrating the town’s history from the initial entries in the Doomsday Book to the present day. It highlights the town’s textile industry from a small cottage industry through the industrial revolution to mechanisation.






H (?) x W 450 x D 450 cm

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commissioned by Simon’s Developments in partnership with West Oxfordshire District Council

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West Oxfordshire District Council


West Oxfordshire District Council

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Unveiling date

30th October 2009


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Located at

Marriots Walk,

OX28 6GX

Located at the Welch Way entrance to Marriots Walk.