Rare sundials go on show at library garden

Garden designer Kathy Shock pictured with sculptor Harriet James’s Portland stone cube sundial and column

Garden designer Kathy Shock pictured with sculptor Harriet James’s Portland stone cube sundial and column Buy this photo

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SUNDIALS made by some of Britain’s finest sundial makers have gone on show.

Garden designer Kathy Shock from North Oxford, came up with the idea of a sculpture garden for Summertown Library, and the Turrill Sculpture Garden opened in 2000.

There are about six exhibitions every year and the latest features sundials by six makers.

Mrs Shock said: “I’m delighted with the exhibition featuring sundial makers from all over the UK.

“This exhibition is a first and I don’t there has ever been another one like it.”

The exhibition at the library garden in South Parade finishes on Saturday, September 29.

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