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The Valley of the Three Pigs
The Valley of the Three Pigs
The Valley of the Three Pigs
The Valley of the Three Pigs
The Valley of the Three Pigs
The Valley of the Three Pigs
The Valley of the Three Pigs
The Valley of the Three Pigs
The Valley of the Three Pigs

© Reece Ingram. All rights reserved, DACS 2024. Photo credit: Tony Bennett / Art UK

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The sculpture takes the form of three pigs: one sitting at the top of the bank, the second pig rolling part way down the bank, and the third pig at the bottom of the basin. In celebration of the millennium year, Greenfield Valley appointed six artists to create a sculpture trail within the park. The scheme was funded by the Millennium Festival Commission and supported by the Greenfield Valley Trust and various sponsors. Each of the residencies involved workshop sessions with school and/or community groups. Reece Ingram obtained pieces of oak, donated by Manweb as part of the Rural Care initiative. He wanted to capture the humorous aspect of the site as well as taking inspiration from the farm museum. He worked with schoolchildren from St Winefrides CP School, Holywell.


The Valley of the Three Pigs






H 80 x W 130 x D (?) cm

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commissioned by Greenfield Valley Heritage Park

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Greenfield Valley Heritage Park


Greenfield Valley Heritage Park

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Located at

Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, Holywell


Located on a lawned area close to the Parys Mine Pool and car park.