Eight foot wicker dolphin sculpture unveiled by MP at Berwick Holiday Park
An eight foot wicker dolphin has been installed at Berwick Holiday Park.
It forms part of the new Dolphin Falls area at the park, located next to the new welcome lodge.
Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan officially unveiled it recently.
The sculpture was designed and created by Twigsters, a willow sculpture business based in Dunham in the Hill, Chester.
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Denise Bossons, general manager of Haven Berwick, said: “Dolphin Falls is our latest edition to the park and it is designed to capture the imagination of all our visitors to both Haven Berwick and the beautiful community in which we serve.
"We are blessed to live and work in such a beautiful, natural landscape so what better way to celebrate this than with a beautiful willow sculpture.
"Working with Sarah and her team at Twigsters has been an absolute joy and we hope to do more projects with them in the future.”