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H 240 x W 350 x D 200 cm
gifted by Maureen Robinson
Scarborough Town Council
Scarborough Borough Council
at all times
inside coat lining at the bottom: Ray / Lonsdale /2011
written on a plaque fixed to the middle front of the bench: "Freddie Gilroy and the Belsen Stragglers" / They said for king and country / we should do as we were bid. / They said old soldiers never die - / but plenty young ones did. / Sculpture by Ray Lonsdale / in association with Artsbank (Saltburn); from the information board "A gift of thanks for our beautiful country and coast. Dedicated to my husband Michael, on our wedding anniversary 10 December 2011."