Letter: Stumping up vision

Last updated 11:56 28/08/2013

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Queen's Park has another superb attraction. On my walk this morning I came across this unique place, The Stumpery.

OPINION: It has probably been publicised but somehow I missed it.

You must see it.

It is such a creative display.

You will find it at the end of the Blind Institute's car park.

There is a description of The Stumpery on one of the inner paths. Great use has been made of stumps and branches from tree clearance. Stumperies were a feature in Victorian England.

Frank Wells' sculptures and other artistic creations are amazing.

Queen's Park management are to be congratulated on adding another dimension to this wonderful park.


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- The Southland Times


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