Tree growing into a large wind sculpture
Reported in the Overgrown vegetation in Council parks and green spaces category anonymously at 10:22, Tuesday 7 July 2020
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 2189215.
Tree growing across a large public sculpture that uses wind for demonstrating its display. The whole thing could collapse if the branch knocks one of the long high features of the wind-assisted art installation.
I notice that my red pin on the map is not correct. It should be at PINES WAY, near Homebase BA2 2ET
Posted anonymously at 10:31, Tuesday 7 July 2020
Sorry the yellow pin is still not correct- the sculpture is near the river, near Homebase carpark, near Pines Way. The sculpture is made of metal (coloured like aluminum) delicately balanced with long arms to catch the wind. A large branch is touching this installation and could bring the whole installation down causing harm to people standing by. The sculpture was funded by the Council.
Posted anonymously at 10:38, Tuesday 7 July 2020
The sculpture piece is near the river, near bridge to Sainsbury, from Pines Way. Approach to sculpture is via road to Homebase.
Posted anonymously at 11:35, Thursday 9 July 2020
Don't know- area / access is now blocked.
Posted anonymously at 18:33, Monday 7 September 2020
Don't know as access is denied. That area is now destined a constructon site !
Posted anonymously at 20:19, Monday 5 October 2020
Provide an update