Today, Radio 4 took us to a growing project in Cornwall:
As the creator behind the project says:
“Hidden in plain sight, the Cornish hedge is a cultural treasure that unites geology, biodiversity and human endeavour whilst shaping our very landscape itself.”
KERDROYA is a major new piece of permanent public art – a 56m diameter classical labyrinth built of Cornish stone hedging at Colliford Lake on Bodmin Moor. Once complete, the visitor will walk a single, meandering path through stretches of artisan stonework that celebrate the aesthetics of distinct hedging styles from across Kernow.
It needs funding:
And it needs hedge-layers: