File ST/2/5/4 - Management

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  • c.1992 - 2003 (Creation)

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Information on the general management of the Trust and trail. Includes:

Emails from Jeremy Rees

Poem "The Sculpture Trail" by Philip Brown

Notes on a meeting with artists in May 1992

Document "The Way Forward 1998 - 2007" written by the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust

Article "Stand and stare: Art in the Forest of Dean: Initiatives for South Africa" by Wendy Ross

Document "Planning for Success: The lessons of the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail, UK" by Martin Orrom

Article "Popularising public sculpture in Britain: From landscape gardens to forest trails" by Elizabeth Rankin

Document "The Artist as Interpreter in the Forest" by Martin Orrom

Document "The Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust: The Archive"

Document "The Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust: Milestones and Achievements"

Documents from the "Landscape and Sculpture Symposium" held at Manchester Polytechnic 1 - 3 September 1989

Document "The Next Ten Years" by the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust

Document "The Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust: Milestones and Achievements"

Document "Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail: Mission Statement 2000"

Document "Sculpture Trust: Future Plans"

Document "Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust Business Plan"

Document "Sculpture Trail Forest of Dean: Access for All"

Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust mission statement

Document "Artistic vision for the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail 2000"

Information on the revision of the trust deed 1998

Document "One World, One County: Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail"

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