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Original message (posted by tonker)
From the planning application -

'Sculpture in British grown hardwood from sustainable plantation and crafted by local artist'

'Plynth constructed from reclaimed local sandstone and crafted by local stonemason'


AND, Wave my Private Parts at Your Aunties!

PS., Ray, the planning applications 'proposal' was described as -

'To create heritage garden including associated landscaping, new access and erection of memorial sculpture'.

I'd like to know what the erected 'memorial sculpture' is supposed to be in 'memorium' of?

I'd also like to know where's the 'sculpture'? That cross can hardly be called a sculpture, it's just a plain cross made out of two pieces of eight by four, fastened together with a halving joint!

* Another 48,000 to be spent on it!?
Jesus of Nazareth! It wouldn't have cost that much to put a pair of semis on that plot!
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