West Swindon sculpture walk – Part 1 – Diana Dors

Public art in Swindon: Diana Dors Right then, hands up. Who knew there was such an entity as the West Swindon sculpture walk? No? Me neither. I only discovered it when rooting about the interweb for info for this blog. In the course of my research I came across this information

Ten things to celebrate about Swindon No 4: The sculptures. B – ‘Diana Dors’

Diana Dors silhouette - sculpture diana dors

Public art in Swindon: Diana Dors Sculpture of Diana Dors Here’s a map of the entire West Swindon Sculpture trail: http://swindonian.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/The-Sculpture-Tour-West-Swindon.pdf Via this blog I’m intending to do a tour of the many sculptures that Swindon is home to.  Number 2 (B) in the series, this post features Britain’s own blonde bombshell,

Ten things to celebrate about Swindon No 4: The sculptures. A – ‘Looking to the future’

‘Looking to the Future 1985. Artist: Jon Buck. Material: Glass Fibre Resin. Project Details: This sculpture was completed by the first artist in residence during the development of West Swindon and funded by Thamesdown Borough Council, Southern Arts and Property 3.’ Swindon is home to an assortment of statues and sculptures – more than

10 things to celebrate about Swindon. No 1. Lots of parks & green spaces. A: Lydiard Park and house

November 2014: Sadly the stormy weather of Christmas 2013 destroyed the ancient walnut tree pictured below.  Go here for more information about it. Below is a picture I took just the other day of how this once proud and ancient tree looks now. Such a shame but such is life.   Swindon is