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Ridge and Furrow

 

(Public Art)

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Child-Friendly Landmark

Ridge and Furrow is a poem by Janet Applegarth inscibed onto a curvaceous oak bench by John Applegarth. Both bench and poem are a link between people and landscape, the past and present. John Applegarth has combined artistic flair with a longstanding professional interest in the countryside to provide a catalyst for contemplation and means of education.

Contact Information

name: John Applegarth
email: john.applegarth@mac.com

address:
Thames Valley Cycle Route, Didcot to Upton cycle path
Didcot
Oxfordshire
Situated halfway between Didcot and the village of Upton on the Sustrans cycle path. Map available at www.sustrans.co.uk/default.asp?search_type=title&search_value=Ridge%20and%20Furrow

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