Artworks uncovered by town council

Three artworks uncovered during Berwick Town Council's recent office move are to be put on display.

Monday, 3rd July 2017, 7:58 am
Updated Tuesday, 18th July 2017, 7:44 am

A photograph commemorating the placing of a plaque from Berwick to its twin town in Casey, Australia, will be put in the town hall drawing room, if permission is secured from the Guild of Freeman.

A large painting by Alex Miller, of Berwick and Tweedmouth in bright primary colours, will be placed in Berwick Workspace, with permission from Arch.

A painting of a swan by local resident Jennifer Mosley dedicated to the Berwick Parks Project team which secured funding for the revamp of Castle Vale and Coronation Parks, will be displayed in the council’s office.

The council moved from the Chandlery to the Workspace in the spring to provide it with a more central and secure office space.