It has been placed at a corner plot next to the Lytham Assembly Rooms at the junction of West Beach and Dicconson Terrace, at the entrance to the town’s main square and In Bloom chaoirman Trevor Mackey is delighted with how it has turned out,
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“The sculpture is a reconfiguration of 'Herbert' the Green Man figure which sat on a bench facing the Market Square for several years but has been absent these last two years because of the Covid pandemic,” said Trevor.
"Herbert presented as somewhat comical figure and prone to wear. Britannia on the other hand is a more dignified figure and surprisingly has remained unscathed so far.”