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Pennine panopticons prosper

Mid Pennine Arts has revealed the latest batch of panopticons to be built in east Lancashire. The scheme involves the construction of new sites for viewing the surrounding countryside. Among the group revealed were 'The Singing Ringing Tree' in Burnley (top) by Tonkin Liu Architects and 'Neoscape' in the Ribble Valley (above) by artist Nayan Kulkarni. The project is supported by East Lancashire Partnership and funded by the Northwest Regional Development Agency.

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