Snowy Farr Memorial Plans

14 January 2011, 06:00

Five artists have been shortlisted to produce a permanent memorial in Cambridge to the popular fundraiser Snowy Farr.

Snowy, who lived in Oakington, raised tens of thousands of pounds for The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association before passing away in 2007.

After his death, it was agreed a memorial should be constructed in the Petty Cury area of Cambridge, close to where he collected money for charity.

Now, five designs [pictured - below] have been shortlisted for the memorial.

Click here to visit the Cambridge City Council website to read about them and comment on the designs.

Snowy Farr Memorial  Snowy Farr Memorial


Snowy Farr Memorial  Snowy Farr Memorial

Snowy Farr Memorial

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