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The former mill building Upper Dens Works was turned into housing in an award-winning development which also involved landscaping the surrounding area to create Mill Den Park. Built into a hillside, the site is surrounded with walls and ramparts, onto which Frances Pelly added two gargoyles. One was intended as a waterspout for a pond, but this was later filled in.




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commissioned by Dundee Public Art Programme on behalf of Dundee District Council and the Scottish Development Agency

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Weaver’s Yard, City of Dundee