Your chance to judge roundabout sculpture designs

PUBLISHED: 10:00 04 May 2012

Debbie Settle's design.

Debbie Settle's design.


ONE of these designs will soon adorn a roundabout in Weston town centre.

Members of the public can vote for which of Neil Castle, Debbie Settle and Cassie Smith-Wilson’s designs they would like to see on the roundabout on Station Road.

The Weston College students were chosen to enter the final stage of the competition after being selected by a judging panel consisting of Commsplus managing director Steve Collard, North Somerset Council representatives Sonia Russe and Peter Bryant, and Mercury reporter James Franklin.

All three designs use Weston’s history as an inspiration and would use some local resources if they were chosen by the public.

To vote for your favourite design, and read more about the artists and their entries, visit from Monday onwards.

Models of the three sculptures will also be displayed in the window of the Mercury office in Waterloo Street. The closing date for voting is May 11, and the winning sculpture is expected to be installed at the roundabout in July.

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