Posted 30th September 2018
St. Peter's volunteers have started a refresh and facelift job on the neighbourhood's Fish with Two Heads sculpture.
They hope to make it look as good as possible, but the sculpture appears to be in terminal decline.
It is nearly three years since the original voluntary restoration work was completed, and even then it was recognised that this work was probably too little and too late to give the sculpture a prolonged future.
The consensus seems to be that the sculpture has between two and three years left with us, and that the neighbourhood needs to be making plans for life without The Fish with Two Heads.
Views on this news and what the neighbourhood might want to do can be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org