Last chance to see Island of Trees at River Waveney Sculpture Trail 2016

Sculpture Trail ends Sunday 4th September! Record numbers have visited since it opened.

Meg’s new installation – Island of Trees –

number 34 on the bank of the river Waveney

A childhood memory of a strange chapter in The Wind in the Willows – a missing otter pup, a mysterious protecting Presence, the island near the weir – re-imagined in an island of willow and alder trees, where Pan presides over a world of weird larval, flying and crawling creatures, assisted by his sprites.

Pan half face 2

Friday 2nd – Sunday 4th September
10am – 4pm
Cost: £5 adults, £4 for members of Waveney & Blyth Arts and River Waveney Trust. Under 18s free. Booking not necessary.
River Waveney Study Centre (formerly The Otter Trust),
Old Harleston Road, Earsham, NR35 2AF
Tea-rooms & Visitors’ Centre will be open during the trail opening hours.

For more info:https://waveneyand blytharts.com

Dryad 1 crop for web