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Some are still sold in garden centres and escape from the gardens where they are planted.
In total the volunteers have contributed to: The project has been funded by the Environment Agency and Natural England.
It needs sponsorship and donations from individuals and businesses.
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Sculptural works by Jonathan Stamper abound, be sure to bring your camera, denizens of this Eden include a glass snake and brilliant giant butterfly.
Certainly, if you enjoy sculpture, particularly of the outdoor variety, then consider making a visit to High Head, for there is much to see here for visitors of all ages, there’s a children’s narrative in sculpture and good play area for children with a charming hollow tree and swing set, so it is family friendly. After exploring the sculptures you can then refresh yourselves with good farmhouse cooking and browse the artwork within. The first sculpture greets you at the entrance and just beside the parking lot there are more, they feed down past the visitor centre with its gallery, cafe and Spa and into the wooded valley and beyond, after a short walk through pasture to the crest of a hill a handsome stone circle emerges within a grove of native deciduous trees.Are you spreading invasive species via your water sports equipment and clothing?