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Laurel and Hardy
presented to Ulverston Town Council by the Sons of the Desert (Laurel and Hardy Appreciation Society)
Ulveston Town Council
19th April 2009
at all times
The Laurel and Hardy statue was sculpted by / Graham Ibbeson M.A(R.C.A) and presented to / Ulverston Town Council / by the Sons of the Desert, / the worldwide Laurel and hardy appreciation society. / Stan Laurel was born in Ulverston on 16th June 1890. / “The Boys brought laughter and comedy / to the world” / The Laurel and hardy statue / was unveiled by / comedian Ken dodd OBE / and Councillor Janette Jenkinson, / who was Mayor of Ulverston, / on 19 April 2009