Are We There Yet?
Are We There Yet?
Are We There Yet?
Are We There Yet?
Are We There Yet?
Are We There Yet?
Are We There Yet?

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An owl seated on a tree stump with a smaller owl sitting on its head. The sculpture originally consisted of the large owl only, representing the Longsands school symbol. In 2010 the sculpture was knocked over and damaged by a car. Dagnall fixed it and added the small owl on top.

Are We There Yet?






H 250 x W 69 x D 86 cm

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commissioned by Longsands Community Primary School

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Longsands Community Primary School


Longsands Community Primary School

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Located at

Longsands Lane, Preston


On the Longsands Lane / Andertons Way roundabout facing the Anderton Arms pub. Sited close to Longsands Primary School whose pupils worked with Dagnall in creating the sculpture.