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West Yorkshire sand sculpture to mark WW1 centenary

9 August 2014 Last updated at 10:16 BST

A sand sculpture of a grieving widow has been created in Hebden Bridge to mark the centenary of World War One.

The artist Jamie Wardley said he wanted to create a piece of art that showed the emotional impact of the war.

The artwork is on display at the town hall and will be "aged" by the sculptor over a three month period.

Video clips courtesy of Sitcom Soldiers.

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