Plaque celebrates Bristol's Perrett's Park view

The plaque at Perrett's Park

A plaque celebrating one of Bristol's "most picturesque parks" has been unveiled.

The Community of Perrett's Park (COPP) raised funds at an annual picnic event in Totterdown to help pay towards the £1,200 cost of the project.

The plaque shows an outline of the view - from where the Clifton Suspension Bridge can be seen - and was designed by local artist Emily Ketteringham.

The stone plinth was made by local stone mason Paul Janes.

Martin Grant, of COPP, said: "I am certain that this beautiful plaque will allow park users to enjoy, even more, the splendid views of Bristol and beyond."

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