Tollerton, south east of Nottingham commissioned a jubilee bench and bin with funding from Nottinghamshire County Council from their local Improvement Scheme budget.
Art sessions were held in the primary school and portraits drawn of and by every pupil in the school and included all the teachers and Head teacher. These were then made into card patterns for casting in ribbons which now form the sides of the bin.
May 2012

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-18294799?ref=nf

Further down the road and to Commemorate the London 2012 Olympic Games a bench was commissioned for an area in front of a small row of shops. Again artwork was made by Tollerton
School, class 3 and 4, and poems were also included in the text on the seating.

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 Councillor Reg Adair unveils   the Jubilee Bench 
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 Installation Team test the    load bearing 
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 The Queen kicks off her shoes!     
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 Jubilee Bench    stainless steel and oak 
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 searching for their portraits     
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 Jubilee Bin   stainless steel and bronze 
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 Cnllr Reg Adair unveils the Olympic   Bench with class 3&4 
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 Alex & Juliette NottsCountyCouncil