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Creeler

Chris Wormald
2010

Beverley /  Creeler   Beverley /  Creeler

Description

Sculpture of a medieval creeler, a labourer who unloaded barges and carried the goods to Beverley town centre.

Inscription(s)

BEVERLEY TOWN TRAIL
Medieval Guilds & Crafts

The Beverley Medieval Guilds and Crafts Trail was conceived by members of
the Town Trail Committee, and designed and created by the artist Chris Wormald,
with inspiration from local school children.
Financial support came from the sponsors listed below,
local businesses and members of the community.
The Trail was officially opened on 11 July 2010 by the
Hon. Mrs Susan Cunliffe-Lister, Lord Lieutenant of East Yorkshire.

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Location (N 53°50'21" - W 0°24'49")

Item Code: gbyh222; Photograph: 1 August 2019
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