Longton Godwit
Longton Godwit
Longton Godwit
Longton Godwit
Longton Godwit
Longton Godwit
Longton Godwit

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A vertical panel with a silhouette cut-out of a godwit. A godwit is a wading bird which can be found at the nearby Martin Mere Wetland Centre.
Title

Longton Godwit

Date

2014

Medium

Corten steel, stainless steel & glass

Measurements

H 540 x W 164 x D 20 cm (E)

Accession number

PR25_SB_S172

Acquisition method

commissioned by South Ribble Borough Council

Work type

Panel

Owner

South Ribble Borough Council

Custodian

South Ribble Borough Council

Work status

extant

Unveiling date

November 2014

Access

at all times

Inscription description

laser cut-out: WELCOME TO / LONGTON

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Located at

Liverpool Road, Longton, Preston

PR4 5PB

Located at the end of Church Row Chambers, opposite St Andrew's Church in the centre of Longton.