Tree of Hope Erected in Bexhill

by Tony Warwick

Tree of Hope Erected in Bexhill

The Mayor of Bexhill, Lynn Langlands, unveiled this beautiful sculpture on Good Friday. The tree, made of copper and steel, was commissioned to commemorate all of those who lost their lives during the pandemic, and now stands tall along Bexhill seafront, next to the war memorial. Airtrace Sheet Metal ltd supplied the base and fixings, and were very happy to be a part of such an amazing community project. Now that lockdown rules are lifting, perhaps you can enjoy a walk along the front and a visit to this lovely piece.

Image by Derek Canty on 2/4/21 SUS-210504-095322001

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