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Derby-based architect Faulks Perry Culley & Rech has designed this wood and steel footbridge for the Heart of the National Forest visitor centre in Leicestershire. The bridge reaches between two low living willow walls and features chestnut and green oak uprights with a stainless-steel balustrade. It spans a gap of 16m and cost £40,000. It is one of a number of independent bridges and boardwalks across the site.

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