Public art in Surrey Heath, and a bit of a mystery

We haven’t many pieces of public art in Surrey Heath, and there’s one about I can learn nothing.

The pieces of public about which you’ll probably know are,

Tambourine GirlsOne piece of public art you might have missed, and about which I’ve found no information, in the same way as Camberley Observed, is,

  • ‘The Tambourine Girls’ by Charlotte Randall in square in front of three offices blocks on the A30 in Camberley, a hundred yards or so past Victoria Avenue [click image to enlarge]

I’ve one solution, and that’s to write to the developers, and see what records they have of the sculpture placed there in 1989. I’ve also decided to research in more detail all the pieces of public art in our borough, which should be fun.

2 thoughts on “Public art in Surrey Heath, and a bit of a mystery

  1. Thank you Claire, most helpful. Though I’m surprised that the Internet has so little information about her and her works.

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