Lords and Ladies
Lords and Ladies
Lords and Ladies
Lords and Ladies
Lords and Ladies
Lords and Ladies

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Representation of the lords and ladies plant that can be found on the trail. Over 100 intricately carved bricks form the complex geometric pattern inspired by the flower head.

Lords and Ladies





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commissioned by Ribble Valley Borough Council

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Ribble Valley Borough Council


Ribble Valley Borough Council

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Located at

Waddington Road, Clitheroe


On the bank of the River Ribble. Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail number 16.