*NOW CLOSED* Invitation To Tender – To deliver a sculpture trail in Hardwick Park

Together with Groundwork NE & Cumbria and Durham Wildlife Trust on behalf of Hardwick Park we are seeking to appoint a contractor or consortium to deliver a Sculpture Trail in Hardwick Park.

We would like to commission a mixture of carved wooden sculptures. These will be designed to form a sculpture trail for the park and will comprise of:

3 individual sculptures of wetland birds/animals
1 carved totem pole
1 carved, themed seat
1 carved, themed archway

We are seeking a contractor to commence delivery in April 2020, to enable some of the community engagement sessions to take place at Hardwick Park during the School Easter Holiday. We anticipate officially opening the finished sculpture trail to the public on the Discover Brightwater Big weekend, 26th and 27th September 2020.

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Applications now closed

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