The Satnav could not locate this sculpture on the brow of the hill overlooking Burnley. It is amazing to see the sculpture in the distance, it is truly breathtaking. I watched the making and construction of the sculpture on utube and gained a full understanding of the concept and design. There is a small free carpark near the entrance but be warned that the area becomes congested with visitors. The shale type shingle pathway leading to the sculpture crosses over private land and cannot be accessed via the gate which is securely locked tight. The only way to gain access is to scramble over the broken wire fencing and then walk around heathland towards a gate which can be opened easily. The picnic area by the sculpture is a great stop off point to photograph the amazing views. I would recommend visiting on a windy day to hear the ringing singing tree at its greatest. I was disappointed that the main gate was not open and I had to lift the dog over the gate which was a struggle. I spent 30 minutes here and would recommend this as a picnic stop off on your way to one of the other attractions on route. It was a peaceful place to reflect.
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