Yorkshire parish's sculptured heritage stones win Conservation Award
An intriguing project to link a Yorkshire village's past and present through a series of sculptured 'heritage stones' is this year's overall winner of the Ford Conservation Awards in the UK. Silkstone, near Barnsley, is the setting for the scheme which will involve the creation of sixteen boundary markers around the parish, on which local sculptor Tony Slater will carve depictions of local history and events.
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