390 million-year-old stone's trip from Orkney to Norway
A Welsh stonemason artist will travel 1,300 miles pulling a 30kg inauguration stone to commemorate the 900th anniversary of a Scottish island's patron saint.
Beatrice Searle, 26, from Cardiff, came up with the idea after visiting Orkney.
Her masterpiece, Orkney Boat, has been carved out of a 390-million-year-old siltstone, picked from the shores of Marwick Bay, on the island's mainland.
The journey will take her to Norway where Orkney's St Magnus had roots.
21 Apr 2017
- From the section Wales