Bristol's ss Great Britain 'floated' on sea of jelly

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A ship moored in Bristol is being "floated" in a sea of neon-green jelly.

Brunel's ss Great Britain is one of 10 museums to be matched with artists as part of English Heritage's Museums at Night feature.

The ship's glass "sea" is being covered with 55,000 litres of jelly which will be lit from below after sunset.

A spokesman for the tourist attraction, Harry Parr, said the jellymongers' work would make a "stunning" piece of modern art.

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