Sculpture depicts heritage of North Derbyshire village

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A sculpture symbolising the heritage of the village of Carr Vale in north Derbyshire has been unveiled.

Located in the former Rose Gardens in the village, the 14-tonne stone sculpture is the centre piece of a project which includes hand carved images of dragonfly, ferns, fossils, a scene of the Jam Factory, Bolsover Colliery and drawings created by New Bolsover Primary School pupils.

There is also a two sided mosaic bench to sit on and admire the sculpture and flower beds have been planted.


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