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The Friday Quiz is back by popular demand (you know who you are!)

Well done to Susan Dawson for correctly identifying Josiah Wedgewood’s grave situated within St Peter ad Vicula Churchyard in the centre of Stoke on Trent.  Susan, you have been ‘Named & Famed’.

Onto this week’s Friday Quiz.

Click on link http://www.widerimpact.com/august-2013-press-release to find out where we are currently working, which will provide a major clue where this art work is situated.

The question is – ‘What does this art work signify?

Answers via the blog please, and a winner, who will have the opportunity to be ‘Named & Famed’ on this site will be drawn out of my hat.

Good luck!

Kindest regards

Edwin :-)

 

 

2 Responses so far.

  1. Sean Canavan says:

    Hi Edwin

    The sculpture is a sundial – remember today – invest in tomorrow !

    Kind regards

    Sean

    PS Make mine a goldfish….

  2. John Butcher says:

    It is a sundial located on the Esplanade at Porthcawl. The seats are located at the radiating hour lines and people sit on them therefore altering time. It was designed by Andy Rowe and installed in 2001 made from mild steel, stainless steel and cast bronze. There are two inscriptions that read “Remember tommorow” & “Invest in yesterday”. In the centre of the sculpture is a 10 feet high cast bronze pointed gnomon.


Wider Impact Consultancy, Edwin Lewis