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Towards Rectory Farm Pocket Park & Bridleways Estate

Rectory Farm Pocket Park Rectory Farm Pocket Park is a valuable habitat corridor that includes a marsh, pond and wet woodland as well as a good variety of trees and scrub. This mixture of distinct habitats is great for supporting local wildlife to thrive.

Towards Byway leading to Ecton Lane & Sywell Country Park

Understanding & watching wildlife is an exciting way to explore and enjoy the Pocket Park. Just some examples of things to look out for are:

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Footbridge Elevation - Scale 1.20 A1 North View from inside the Parapets The public art for Rectory Farm Pocket Park is to include a Footbridge linking the Park and new bridleways estate to the Byway leading to Ecton Lane & Sywell Country Park. The Footbridge to be constructed in steel with decorative laser cut artwork with 2-part epoxy paint treatments and inset information panels. The Footbridge to be 1400mm wide allowing for wheelchair & pushchair access, comply with BS 5400 and relevant DoT Bridge Directives and supplied with a Design Certificate signed by our Chartered Engineers. The Footbridge will be fabricated to be highly durable, vandal, graffiti & heat resistant, and UV protected to BS3900 standard. The installed to be installed with C2 grade concrete foundations & footpaths graded to the level of the bridge with bound aggregate surface treatment. The concepts & themes for the functional public art were developed by the artist with the local community, Friends of Rectory Farm Pocket Park, Rectory Farm Primary School & the Local Authority. The ideas for the artwork element relate to the rural character of the area, the brook that creates a flowing boundary edge to the linear park, wildlife & birds, flora & fauna and activities in the Park. A public art trail, with the signs located at key points within the park & new estate along with the new pedestrian footbridge, would act as gateways that celebrate the biodiversity found in the area, inform about wildlife & the environment and enthusing local people to use the Pocket Park. The functional public art aims to improve and extend the park's facilities, promoting the recreational use and enjoyment of the Park. The artwork & interpretations to advance education and appreciation of the areas wildlife and environmental qualities.

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Rectory Farm Pocket Park Public Art - Artist: Tim Ward

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This drawing shows design proposals for the Public Art Signs & Footbridge in Rectory Farm Pocket Park

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COPYRIGHT - ORIGINAL ARTWORK REMAINS WITH CIRCLING THE SQUARE

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January 2014

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