MONK

MONK - Public Art
MONK. A storm damaged London Plane tree was left standing in the ground in Vine’s gardens, Rochester. Robert was commissioned to carve the undamaged section of the tree. Although there was a strong reason to refer to one of Charles Dickens characters as the subject of the carving (In his old age Dickens used to walk his dog in the gardens) Robert decided to refer to the legend of the monk who haunts the gardens. There used to be a monastery on this site until King Henry VIII closed it down.

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