New sculptures have been added to the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail to celebrate 30 years. Artists from the university have contributed towards this. Click to find out more.

Published: 05/10/2016 12:57

The Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail celebrates 30 years by installing new artworks worth around £100,000. It is hoped that the new sculptures will lure people to the trail again and help the trail to live up to its name of being the first outdoor permanent exhibition in the UK.

The first sculpture made by Henry Castle a trained artist from the University of Gloucestershire allows visitors to touch the fossilised remains of 300 million year old trees.

Go to Gloucestershire Live to find out more.