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Heart #1 Saint Mark's Square, Lincoln

A Green City

Rosie Ablewhite, one of the Artists for the St Barnabas HeART Trail. Woman with long brown hair wearing black hat and top, smiling with hand on head. In background there are trees. by Rosie Ablewhite

About the HeART

Featuring three prominent green spaces in Lincoln; Liquorice Park, Hartsholme Country Park and the West Common, this design represents their importance to residents and wildlife.

A county that loves nature, it thrives even in our urban areas; we often see deer, birds of prey, foxes and even kingfishers in the city centre. Right on our doorstep, these spaces are an integral part of our daily life, providing essential access to the wonders of nature for all.

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St Mark's Shopping Centre, Saint Mark's Square, Lincoln



About the Artist - Rosie Ablewhite

Rosie is a visual artist living and working in Lincoln. She has a very eclectic portfolio and uses a variety of mediums, subjects, and styles.

She has produced artwork for several public art trails and murals as well as solo and collaborative exhibitions.

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