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Unique sculpture finds new home at Little Heath School

“I have no doubt it will inspire our very lucky students.”

Chris Ord

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Chris Ord

Unique sculpture finds new home at Little Heath School

LITTLE Heath School is the proud new custodian of a tree sculpture made from wholly recycled products.

The three-metre-high sculpture, created by Barbara Franc, was previously housed at the Imperium Building in South Reading. Jonathan Hollick, at UBS Asset Management, said: “We were keen to find a new home for this unique tree sculpture made from wholly recycled products, in a place where it could continue to be appreciated and enjoyed.

“We are delighted to leave the sculpture in the safe hands of Little Heath School, and hope it will become a much-loved landmark for the school’s students for years to come.”

Eileen Wooller, of Little Heath School, said: “I have no doubt it will inspire our very lucky students.”

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