A councillor has slammed those responsible for damaging more wooden sculptures in Gedling Country Park.
It’s the second time that the sculptures on the park’s nature trail have been targeted.
Sculptures of a rabbit and fox were vandalised last summer and left the council with a repair bill costing hundreds of pounds.
Deputy leader of Gedling Borough Council Cllr Michael Payne slammed those responsible for this latest damage.
He said: This is disgusting, wanton vandalism of our Nature Trail at Gedling Country Park yet again.
“The vile thugs responsible for this damage are the absolute lowest of the low. If you have an information on who did this please get in touch with us so we can inform the police.”
Disgusting, wanton vandalism of our Nature Trail at Gedling Country Park yet again. 😠😠😠 The vile thugs responsible for this damage are the absolute lowest of the low. If you have an information on who did this please get in touch with @GedlingBC so we can inform the police. pic.twitter.com/T6kQiv6nER
— Michael Payne (@MichaelPayneUK) February 22, 2019
The sculpture is part of a new nature trail which was opened to the public last summer.
The wooden artwork was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and Co-op Gedling’s community fund along with a donation from Cllr Payne’s funding pot.
Anyone with any information should contact Gedling Borough Council or Nottinghamshire Police on 101.