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Dakota Park Sculptures
Commissioned by: David Wilson Homes


Materials: Concrete


Height: 3 Metres and 2 Metres


Location: Chapelford, Warrington


Three sculptures inspired by British and American propellers, 
to mark the location of the former airbase RAF Burtonwood. The base was also used by the USAF before it was finally closed and redeveloped as an urban village. The central sculpture also draws inspiration from a radar image of the runways. The two smaller sculptures mark the entrances to the park. They were unveiled at the opening of the park in 2012 by veteran airmen from Britain and America.