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Venus and Cupid Sculpture, Morecambe

(2.7/5 based on 85 reviews on the web)
Created in 2004 by Shane Johnstone and dedicated to those who have lost their lives working on the sea this sculpture installed in 2005 after the Chinese cocklers tragedy has become embroiled in a political tribal war which blights Morecambe Town Council. This iconic landmark could be lost if the councillors ignore the wishes of local people and vote to have the sculpture removed. This page has been set up for people to discover the themes and stories behind the sculpture, to add their own comments and to help save Venus and Cupid from demolition.

Please see the Welcome Album for a full introduction.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I have driven past this sculpture hundreds of times. A couple of years ago, there was a funding problem but it appears to ave survived. On a piece of grass at the far end of the prom going north it is...  more »
  • Whilst I understand the meaning behind the statue I feel it's very poor as it depicts the mother swinging child whist sitting down! this is an impossible act. For the funds something far better could ...  more »
  • Visitors we bring to Morecambe are all delighted to see this piece of art on the prom. I trust it will remain for years to come  more »
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  • A contemporary environmental art installation. Interesting history available on the related website.
  • So wonderful to have strong figures like this set against a marine landscape.