Robinswood Hill sculpture trail
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Robinswood Hill Country Park Sculpture Trail, Gloucester
A 170-year-old oak tree in Robinswood Hill Country Park, which fell in 2019, has been turned into a new sculpture trail.
The tree trunk was cut into sections and carved by Andy O’Neill of Wildwood Carving into 10 new sculptures, including the stump of the oak tree, which have now become the Wild Explorer Trail, on the lower slopes of the hill. Each sculpture represents a part of the story of Robinswood Hill, with a QR code to scan for more information.
Future events at Robinswood in April include the Easter Festival on April 14, and the Gloucester Green Games on April 19, part of Wilder Gloucester Spring Festival. Visit Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust's website for more information: gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk/events