What would you like to see in North Walsham & Dilham Canal?

Traversing the mills dotted along the transportation network, the North Walsham & Dilham Canal delivered cargoes including agricultural produce. Its last commercial use was in 1934. The nearby town of North Walsham was involved in the historically significant Peasants’ Revolt of 1381. The peasant leaders were defeated at the Battle of North Walsham. North Walsham’s park features an oak tree sculpture commemorating the Battle of the Peasants’ Revolt and the Agricultural Workers Union which was founded in the town in 1906.

Below are the shortlisted submissions for North Walsham & Dilham. You can read more about the individual works and artists by selecting the images below and register to let us know which artworks you like best!

You can like as many artworks as you wish, and you can also select your favourite work for this location by pressing the ‘star’ button. Casting has now closed and we will be announcing the artworks to Early Spring 2022.

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Shelter - Words in the wind Jim Bond

Shelter – Words in the wind

North Walsham & Dilham Canal
Panisa Jermhansa CANAL(L)

CANAL(L)

North Walsham & Dilham Canal
Studio Sabine Marcelis Prism

Prism

North Walsham & Dilham Canal