THERE’S a new addition to the gardeners at Morpeth’s Carlisle Park.
A willow sculpture of Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison has been installed in a flower bed.
It commemorates the 100th anniversary of the death of the campaigner, who is buried in St Mary’s Churchyard in Morpeth.
The life-sized sculpture was commissioned by Morpeth Town Council and created by artist and former King Edward VI School student Anna Turnbull.
‘Emily’ holds ten calla lilies to represent victory, purity, love, death and resurrection.