Trumpington Residents'
Trumpington Village Sign unveiled June 2010, designed by Sheila Betts.
Glebe Farm Development:
Public Art
Art project, 2014. London Fieldworks.
This is one of a series of pages about Glebe Farm.

London Fieldworks, the artists appointed to develop public art on the Glebe Farm site, saw this as an opportunity to develop new narratives
around ideas of 'Ecological Enlightenment'. To reconnect humans with the natural environment, explore symbiotic relationships between
humans and the natural environment and find alternative ecological models of human habitation.

In conjunction with the Wildlife Trust, they arranged a wildlife talk, dawn chorus walk, bat walk, moth trapping and release and a mini
beast hunting session.
These activities were open to the residents of Trumpington and formed part of the wildlife survey and map for
Trumpington. There
was also a Garden Habitats workshop making bird boxes and mini beast homes, which will be installed on Glebe Farm.
In addition, a wildlife and community film will be created, involving local residents and using footage from habitat installations and local
wildlife. London Fieldworks will hold a
final event to celebrate the project, which will include a showing of the film in one of the open
spaces on Glebe Farm.
These activities have still not been completed in 2020.

The Residents' Association
has been represented on the Public Art Steering Group by Elizabeth Cox.
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Art installations on the north green space, Glebe Farm, 1 November 2015.
Art installations on the north green space, Glebe Farm, 1 November 2015.
Art installations on the north green space, Glebe Farm.
Photos: Andrew Roberts, 1 November 2015.