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Park turns Jurassic

by Fiona on September 24, 2014

23 Sept 2014 I Waltham Forest Guardian

The arrival of a dinosaur in Leyton led to excitement amongst schoolchildren last week who were the first to get up close.

 

A huge pterodactyl has been built as part of a refurbishment at Sidmouth Park in Leyton. Carved from a hunk of reclaimed cedar, the ancient animal was created by award-winning chainsaw artist Will Lee.

It is the centrepiece of a new play area which includes dinosaur wings of timber and chains, play trees and logs.

Children from Dawlish Primary School in Jesse Road, Leyton, were the first to get to try it out.

For the full story click here to go to the Waltham Forest Guardian.


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