Controversial shark sculpture repainted
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Oxford's Headington Shark sculpture repainted

A shark sculpture that sticks out of the roof of a house in Oxford is getting a new coat of paint on its 32nd birthday.

The Headington Shark was installed by Bill Heine in 1986 and proved controversial, but it has grown to become a much-loved local landmark.

Sculptor John Buckley said the idea behind the design was to make a political message.

  • 11 Aug 2018
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