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Eat for England

© the artist. Photo credit: Susan Dawson / Art UK

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Part of the South East Northumberland Public Art and Design Initiative ‘Inspire’, connecting Cramlington and the villages of Seghill and Seaton Delaval, this is a giant spoon inscribed with lettering. The artist believed that a place where food is produced was the best place to locate the 'dessert' spoon.

Eat for England




stainless steel


H 450 x W (?) x D (?) cm

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Acquisition method

commissioned by Blyth Valley Borough Council and Wildspace Network Art trail

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Blyth Valley Council

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Located at

Mill Lane, Seaton Valley

NE23 7LW

Located on farmland near Seghill Hall at the junction between two farmers’ fields along a pathway between Cramlington and Seghill. Reached by an underpass leading from the B1505 and down a wooded path, followed by a footpath through open countryside.