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© the artist. Photo credit: Simon Maddison / Art UK

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The sculpture was unveiled by Barbara Follett, MP. The title is taken from the subtitle of E. M. Forster’s novel, 'Howard's End'.

Date

1997

Medium

Watts Cliff stone

Accession number

SG1_SM_S032

Acquisition method

funded by Friends of the Forster Country, Stevenage Borough Council, and Hertfordshire County Council

Work type

Sculpture

Owner

Friends of the Forster Country, Stevenage Borough Council, and Hertfordshire County Council.

Custodian

Friends of the Forster Country, Stevenage Borough Council, and Hertfordshire County Council.

Listing status

not listed

Unveiling date

29 November 1997

Access

at all times

Inscription description

arched letters on the face of the upper part of the sculpture: THE RAINBOW BRIDGE / THAT SHOULD CONNECT / THE PROSE IN US / WITH THE PASSION / ONLY CONNECT; on the face of the lower part of the sculpture: FRIENDS / OF / THE / FORSTER / COUNTRY / 1994


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Located at

Church of St Nicholas, Rectory Lane, Stevenage

SG1 4DA