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Cranbrook gears up for Tour of Britain

Young people across Cranbrook have brought new meaning to the term ‘recycling’ by creating an eye-catching and colourful town-wide public art display from old bikes. In all 14 bikes have been painted, decorated and placed around the town – and now visitors are being challenged to find them all...

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By Mary Youlden Posted: 14/08/18 Updated: 14/08/18

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