Glen Park Avenue Steps

Glen Park Avenue Steps brick project

Plymouth

2020

Mayflower 400 have helped to fund making the under-loved Glen Park Avenue steps area near to the railway station explode with colour. This neglected space that over the years has been tarnished with litter, graffiti and illegal dumping will be painted in acrylic, one brick at a time by locals guided by paid assistant artists from the local community. Although nearby houses appear on the 1910s OS map, the steps themselves aren't shown on a map until the 1930s and are not considered historically significant. In March 2020 finances were successfully secured through crowdfunding just before the Covid-19 pandemic. The launch will be announced when we know how to safely deliver the activity following social distancing measures. Be safe and watch this space!
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