April 27, 2012 Louth Target
EAST Lindsey District Council has been criticised for a lack of communication with market traders and the Run for Life committee about a 40ft long Olympic art exhibition.
Louth will host three 40ft long crocheted lions from June 23-26 in the Market Place. They have been created by artist Shauna Richardson as part of the cultural Olympiad.
The lions are the biggest crochet structure in the world and will be in a glass cage on the back of a lorry.
The art piece will be in Louth as part of the district wide SO Festival and will then go to Skegness.
But at Louth Town Council, Councillor Andrew Leonard criticised East Lindsey’s lack of communication to Saturday market traders and to the organisers of the Louth Run for Life which takes place on June 24.
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