Trumpington Residents'
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Trumpington Village Sign unveiled June 2010, designed by Sheila Betts.
Clay Farm Development:
Public Art
The completed framework of the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square.
Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 May 2017.
This is one of a series of pages about Clay Farm.

As the Clay Farm development covers a very large site, Countryside Properties appointed
Futurecity to develop the overall strategy for
Public Art. Futurecity decided to split the work into five sections and from 2010-12 the Clay Farm Public Art Steering Group have selected
five artists:

Simon & Tom Bloor - their remit is Art & Play over the whole site.
Nils Norman - responsible for the Green Corridor to the east of Hobson's Brook.
Sean Edwards - appointed to cover the Northern Approach.
Jeanne van Heeswijk - appointed to look after the Southern Approach.
Heather & Ivan Morrison - artists for the Community Square and have developed a structure to be erected in the Square. The piece will be
around 10 metres wide and about 9 metres at its highest point, made of burnt and oiled timber. The wood, once treated, should be long
lasting. It will have a totally open aspect and will look, at ground level, like a forest of trees, without bark or leaves.

The Residents' Association is represented on the Public Art Steering Group by Elizabeth Cox.
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The southern bird screen in the Clay Farm park. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 16 February 2016.
The southern bird screen in the Clay Farm park. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 16 February 2016.
The southern bird screen in the Clay Farm park. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 16
February 2016.
The Cornwell art work, Forbes Close, Aura development. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 March 2016.
The Cornwell art work, Forbes Close, Aura development. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 March 2016.
The Cornwell art work, Forbes Close, Aura development. Photo: Andrew
Roberts, 5 March 2016.
The completed framework of the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 May 2017.
Constructing the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 4 May 2017.
Constructing the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 4 May 2017.
Constructing the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 4 May
2017.
Constructing the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 4 May 2017.
Constructing the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 4 May 2017.
Andy Robinson talking about the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 May 2017.
Andy Robinson talking about the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 May 2017.
Constructing the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 4 May
2017.
Looking around the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square, immediately after its construction. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 May 2017.
Looking around the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square, immediately after its
construction. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 May 2017.
Looking around the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square, immediately after its construction. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 May 2017.
Close-up view of the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square, immediately after its construction. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 May 2017.
Close-up view of the 'Bronze House' sculpture in Hobson Square, immediately after its construction. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 May 2017.
Close-up view of the 'Bronze House' sculpture
in Hobson Square, immediately after its
construction. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 5 May
2017.