Monday, 23 October 2017

Hidden Henley

THIS eye-catching sculpture of toads clambering over each other was passed by the thousands of visitors walking from Henley station

THIS eye-catching sculpture of toads clambering over each other was passed by the thousands of visitors walking from Henley station to the regatta.

Perhaps it was inspired by the annual migration of toads across Marlow Road in spring to breed, or maybe it was prompted by Kenneth Grahame’s classic novel Wind In The Willows, which is immortalised at the River and Rowing Museum.

Either way, it’s worth a look, especially as it is just a few feet away in Station Park from the magnificent floral train designed to boost Henley’s Britain in Bloom bid.

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