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Unicorn sets flight from Crawick to Dalkeith

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Earlier this year, Crawick Multiverse became home to Scotland’s national animal as a 7ft unicorn sculpture was unveiled within the 55-acre artland in Dumfries & Galloway.
The mythical creature, created by willow artist Woody Fox, attracted thousands of visitors to the site in Sanquhar after it’s unveiling on National Unicorn Day in April, but now the unicorn is set to move east to a new location.
Dalkeith Country Park, situated just outside Edinburgh, will welcome the striking figure for visitors to see throughout summer.
Duncan Mackison, chief operations officer at Buccleuch Estates, said: “The unicorn sculpture has been a great addition to Crawick Multiverse, attracting visitors from across the country and we hope it will be just as popular at Dalkeith Country Park.”
Crawick Multiverse has now wished the unicorn farewell but visitors can catch a glimpse of the 7ft sculpture at its new home in Dalkeith Country Park.
You can keep track of what’s happening at Crawick Multiverse via the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/crawickmultiverse or check out @CMVerse on Twitter.
Anyone wishing to organise a group visit to Crawick Multiverse should call 01659 50242 or email info@crawickmultiverse.co.uk.

 
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