Thursday, 18 January 2018
AS you enter Nettlebed from the Henley side there is a fine old shelter with a seat.
If you are a walker or cyclist taking a rest or perhaps just sheltering from the rain, you can pass the time by admiring the mosaic on the shelter wall.
The circular artwork depicts a large old tree, possibly a beech, a section of brick and flint wall and a red kite — all of which are common sights in and around the village.
The mosaic also spells out the word “Nettlebed” in capitals and a plaque underneath says: “Village sign presented by Nettlebed Art Society to celebrate their 60th annual show August 2012.”
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