The 'Derby Heads' have been in place for 13 years
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"Facelift" for Derby heads: £15,000 art renovation

A public art landmark in Derby made up of sixty heads is getting a £15,000 "facelift" from the city council.

The "Derby Heads" on Friar Gate have been staring out at passersby for 13 years, but vandalism and weather damage means they require renovation.

East Midlands Today's Jo Healey reports.

  • 26 Feb 2013