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Sculpted Pole
Sculpted Pole
Sculpted Pole
Sculpted Pole
Sculpted Pole
Sculpted Pole
Sculpted Pole
Sculpted Pole

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A tall, standing sculpted log featuring two bearded faces at the top, a smiling face to the east and a solemn face to the west. The sculpture is set in a garden filled with plants that require little watering. Next to the pole is an information board about water saving. The smiling face represents the character who is careful with water and the solemn one the character who is wasteful.




H 560 x W 45 x D 45 cm

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commissioned by Horsham District Council

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Horsham District Council


Horsham District Council

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time restrictions apply

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Park opening times


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Located at

Horsham Park, Horsham

RH12 2DF

Inside the Waterwise Garden of the children's play area near Horsham Pool.