Canterbury City Council have produced a new leaflet about Canterbury Sculpture Trail. Available from the Visitor Information Centre at the Beaney, Canterbury and available to download from canterbury.gov.uk\canterburysculpturetrail.
Four of the 13 sculptures featured were part of KSCP work, with the idea of three sculptural seats put to the Friends of the Riverside in 2014 and Bull being part of KSCP work at Westgate Parks. KSCP have commissioned many sculptures/art over the years including some on the edge of the City such as River Wildlife at Hambrook, the Nightjar in Blean Wood, ephemeral pieces such as the cows on Bingley Island, and some on the Crab and Winkle Way such as the Bike Rack at the Goods Shed, Salt Way Seat and Regeneration and Return in Blean.
The Canterbury Sculpture Trail -is 3.2 miles and makes an interesting alternative way to explore the city and experience public art, parks and gardens and the riverside.