Impressive new Drumahoe art work lifted into place

Councillor Hilary McClintock, left, of the Drumahoe Community Association, pictured with Tracey McVerry, second from left, and Patricia Lavery, of Compass North Glass, and Niall Loughran, of Ballinliss Forge Works, as they put the finishing touches to the new piece of community art at the entrance to Drumahoe village. INLS2615-160KM

Councillor Hilary McClintock, left, of the Drumahoe Community Association, pictured with Tracey McVerry, second from left, and Patricia Lavery, of Compass North Glass, and Niall Loughran, of Ballinliss Forge Works, as they put the finishing touches to the new piece of community art at the entrance to Drumahoe village. INLS2615-160KM

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Waterside DUP Councillor Hilary McClintock, left, of the Drumahoe Community Association, pictured with Tracey McVerry, second from left, and Patricia Lavery, of Compass North Glass, and Niall Loughran, of Ballinliss Forge Works, as they put the finishing touches to the new piece of community art at the entrance to Drumahoe village.

The impressive new public art work was lifted into place on Monday morning ahead of its official unveiling next week.

The sculpture has been installed at the entrance to the village following nearly five years of planning and design work.

The budget for the sculpture was estimated at £47k.