A massive mural that depicts the history of Bracknell in Berkshire will be relocated to a car park five years after its original home was demolished.
The late William Mitchell, one of the most prolific sculptors of the post-war regeneration era, is best known for creating the bronze doors on Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.
In 1974 he was commissioned to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Bracknell becoming a new town. The 30-metre (98-foot) frieze depicts Roman history, incursions by Danes,...+66% more
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