Ben’s Den at the Pocket Park

Sara Brown writes:

A memorial to Sulgrave resident Ben Brown, who sadly died in a car accident in 2018, has been erected in the pocket park. ‘Ben’s Den’ is a living willow structure designed and created by an internationally recognised willow weaving artist Tom Hare.  Tom has created exhibits all over the world and has designs in the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew and in a RHS gold medal winning garden, to name but a few.  Ben’s family hope that the children of the village will enjoy the den for years to come and would like to thank the villagers for their kind and generous help and support over the last 12 months.

Kind regards, Sara

Click here to visit Tom Hare’s website.

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2 Responses to “Ben’s Den at the Pocket Park”

  1. Ingram says:

    Hywel and I went to see the willow sculpture on Sunday. It is really so beautiful and will be such fun as a “hidey hole” for all, we squeezed in. It is a lovely reminder for us all of Ben.

  2. Jackie Lonsdale says:

    Hi girls,
    I took my grand children on Saturday afternoon, they had great fun playing in Ben’s den, it is an amazing structure. Ben would be so proud of you Sara,as we all are, it’s so cool xxx

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