Sculpture for Ingleton to be unveiled on Saturday

Artist Jaki Bogg

Artist Jaki Bogg

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A SCULPTURE created for Ingleton is to be unveiled on Saturday before it begins a tour across North Yorkshire.

The work of art - the ‘Sculpture for Ingleton’ - has been made by Craven-based artist, Jaki Bogg, as part of the North Yorkshire Library Creative Residencies programme.

Residents will be able to view it on Saturday between 10am and midday, when Ms Bogg will be available to answer questions about her work, how it was made and what inspired it.

The sculpture will be on display at Ingleton Library until May 3, when it will begin a tour of other libraries and galleries in the county.

For more information about the Creative Residencies project please contact Claire Thompson at Skipton Library on 01609-534543 or email

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