Tiptree residents choose statue to depict village life

Maldon and Burnham Standard: The winning design The winning design

A bronze statue of a man picking fruit has been selected to be built in Tiptree, at a cost of £25,000.

Villagers were asked to choose from designs made by six artists and picked Neal French’s life-size sculpture.

It will be placed outside the community centre in Caxton Close.

The cash has come from a developer via a planning agreement and had to be spent on art for the village.


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