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Wells-next-the-Sea Horse Sculpture

02 February 2019

It's not everday you see the Wells-next-the-Sea Horse Sculpture

A horse sculpture in the sea is due to become a permanent attraction after a town raised £15,000 to buy it. Last month, a campaign to keep the Lifeboat Horse by artist Rachael Long in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, was started by the harbour commissioners. Residents have been so keen to see the 10ft (3m) sculpture remain that local children have even been donating their pocket money to the cause. Harbour master Robert Smith said he was "thrilled" to hit the target.

But now it's been saved there's a good chance you will!

The Norfolk Coast Path Walking Tour

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Hello, Philip. Our group of six ramblers had such a wonderful time on the Coast to Coast that we are planning another trip together for September 2015. Our druthers are to walk for 7-8 days, about 15 miles a day. So far, we are interested in the West Highland Way and Offa's Dike, and would appreciate your advice given the time of year and our age (67-72). (Talking about Hike across England from St Bees to Kirkby Stephen)

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Marianne in a group of 6 from Oregon & Washington
Hike across England from St Bees to Kirkby Stephen