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Hands on history as kids help recreate giant Manx deer

Sat, 21 Nov 2015


Local school children are helping to create a life size replica of a giant Manx deer made from rubbish.

St John's school has been helping in the nine-foot re-creation of the deer which was dug up in the village over 100 years ago.

The sculpture will be on display at the Manx Museum until the original is returned from being worked on. 

World renowned sculptor Steve Allen tells us more about why they're making the huge cardboard replica:

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