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Ribble Valley Borough Council

Public Art

Public Art in the Ribble Valley

One of the aims of the Ribble Valley Borough Council Arts Development Team is to make art accessible to all. By placing art within public spaces in the borough all the community can benefit from having free cultural activities on their doorstep. The artworks are influenced by the rich heritage and environment of the Ribble Valley, promoting the venues and parks that are special to the area. The pieces encourage residents and visitors to explore the outdoors and keep fit whilst seeing the natural beauty of the area.
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Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail - Clitheroe

Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail - Clitheroe

A trail of over 20 sculptures within the beautiful setting of Brungerley Park and Cross Hill Nature Reserve.

John Smiths Playing Field - Longridge

John Smiths Playing Field - Longridge

John Smith s Playing Field - a free orienteering, sculpture and nature trail.

Art in Clitheroe Castle Grounds

Art in Clitheroe Castle Grounds

See the Community Rose Garden, Labyrinth and Clitheroe Castle well.


Light Columns - Platform Gallery, Clitheroe

Light Columns - Platform Gallery, Clitheroe

Light Columns - Platform Gallery, Clitheroe. Stainless steel columns containing stained glass panels by local family business Lightworks of Clitheroe.

Aqua Alice, Ribblesdale Swimming Pool

Aqua Alice, Ribblesdale Swimming Pool

A mosaic design created by Edisford Primary School and the artist Janette Ireland that can be seen by all swimmers at the Ribblesdale Pool