Draft Villages Public Art Trail

As the Tony Hillier sculptures are now in place, we have started work on producing an art trail for the village, detailing the location of the current Public Art works located in Histon and Impington. This draft map can be found here: HIPC Public Art Map

Eventually we will link this to our website, and include links to acquire more information. but if you are out and about in the coming weeks please use the map to visit places of interest. that you might not have realised are there!

 

7 comments on “Draft Villages Public Art Trail

  1. Thank you for posting the map. This looks absolutely great and provides an interesting outdoor activity for people to follow at this time. I am going to send this to my friends and relatives who live away from the village and see what their comments are.

  2. Enjoy looking for the sculptures but could not find the spider, can anyone give us a clue as to which tree or side of the green it is on

  3. As part of my daily walk, and I am trying to do at least 10k a day to reach my Million Steps by Aril 20 as part of Arthur Ranks’ fundraiser, I passed the camel on Thursday, it’s lovely. I walked from my home in West Chesterton down the guided busway and through the back road in to the village.. Then back via the pedestrian access over the A14 and Arbury Road. I knew I had done quite a few steps that day .It turned out to be over 15k and I could show my husband I had ended up in Africa – with a camel ! Hopefully another day I may walk through the village and see the others.Wonderful idea

  4. Hello I am hoping to do the village trail with a friend on Wednesday.I have printed off the map, but the wording on roads is so tiny! We are both in our 70;s and eyesight not great, and I’m afraid neither of us has the WHAT 3 WORDS app nor know how to get it ! Would it possible to print a list of which road/location each one is in, in a larger print please? Many thanks
    Diane

    • We do have an A3 version of the map which we can email you if it helps,or we could print off a copy if you would like to organise a time to collect it from the PC office at the Recreation Ground tomorrow, by emailing helpdesk@hisimp.net We are also now looking into doing a list of the sites with addresses on but this will not be ready by tomorrow. Thank you for the feedback.

      • Thanks so much for your email reply.If you can email A3 size that would be wonderful thanks . We are meeting at the Camel at 10.30 so not sure what time we would get to post office ?
        Thanks again
        Diane

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