Sculpture trail launched in time for summer

The Runnymede Sculpture Trail features 20 monuments.

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A new sculpture trail has been launched in the borough and is designed for keen historians and young families alike.

The Runnymede Sculpture Trail features 20 monuments covering significant anniversaries, celebrations of our famous residents and key events in the borough's history - as well as modern works.

Expect to see monuments dedicated to the sealing of Magna Carta and the 65th year of Queen Elizabeth II reign, by sculptors including Wolfgang Buttress, who also designed Kew Gardens' now world-famous Hive, and Ian Rank-Broadley, whose effigy of The Queen has appeared on all UK coinage since 1998.

The trail, stretching from Victory Park in Addlestone to the John F Kennedy monument near Egham is best explored over a number of days as the art works are spread across the borough.

Download the trail guide here or pick up a copy from the Civic Centre in Addlestone.