Proposed Lancaster Bomber Sculpture
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Giant Sculpture Of Lancaster Bomber Could Become Gateway To Lincolnshire

Plans have been put forward for a giant sculpture of a Lancaster Bomber, to be built on the A46 as a gateway into Lincolnshire.

Proposed Lancaster Bomber Sculpture

Plans have been put forward for a giant sculpture of a Lancaster Bomber to be built on the A46, as a gateway into Lincolnshire.

The sculpture has been described as Lincolnshire's answer to The Angel of The North.

The bomber would be next to the A46 and would act as a landmark welcome symbol for Lincoln.

It is hoped the project will be completed this year to mark the 100th anniversary of the RAF.

The vision is being developed by the Bomber County Gateway Trust, which has been promised land close to Hill Holt Wood.

 

Planning permission has been submitted to North Kesteven District Council and there is still a request for donations totalling between £100,000 and £200,000 to bring the sculpture to life.

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