Giant Redwood climbing sculpture, fresh Sequoia and later 3 years after installation.

Jubilee Gardens, Queen Elizabeth II Park in Bewdley was reopened to the public on Monday 24th 2009 May. There are six pieces of sculpture in the park made by Graham Jones and designed in colaboration with Woodland Ways around the theme of an orchard.  They are unique  play sculptures  made in oak, sweet chestnut and redwood (sequoia).
The project was commissioned by Wyre Forest District CouncilMade from a 2metre diameter Giant Redwood that was struck by lightening and became dangerous. It is a lovely colourd wood, orangey, pinky, deep brown.

Quite soft to work but very durable.