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Footsteps in the Snow
Footsteps in the Snow
Footsteps in the Snow
Footsteps in the Snow
Footsteps in the Snow
Footsteps in the Snow
Footsteps in the Snow

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A large vertical steel marker set in the ground with perforated laser cut out shapes of trees, and text based on a children's fairy tale.




weathering steel

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commissioned by South East Northumberland Public Art and Design Initiative,Inspire, as part of the 4.5 Wildspace Network Art Trail, connecting Cramlington and the Villages of Seghill and Seaton Delaval

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not listed


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Inscription description

integrated in the design: What was it they were following, and where did it lead? The air tingled with excitement at what they might find


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Located at

Lanercost Park, East Cramlington

NE23 6RU

Located on a green beside the road, just before the turn off to The Paddock.