Mystery sculptor adds magic to woodlands in Chorley

SPECTACULAR wood sculptures, carved from storm damaged trees, have appeared in park woodland.

The intricate and eye-catching creations, of a snake and an owl, were photographed by a walker who was captivated by the creative way the fallen trees had been transformed.

The sculptures have been created on the south side of the River Yarrow in woods favoured by dog walkers close to Duxbury Park, Chorley.

Professor Norman Allen, of Carr Lane in Chorley, said he believed the animal artwork had been created in recent days from trees toppled in the winter storms…..

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Mystery sculptor adds magic to woodlands in Chorley

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