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The weekend of 27th-29th August, Cheeseburn Sculpture Park opens again with another chance to see ‘En-Lighten: Taxus Baccata’ – a sculpture of steel and dichroic glass suspended in the ancient Yew tree. Amazing reflections and light patterns constantly change during the day as the form responds to altering weather conditions and the varying light levels during the course of a day. As part of this on going project, further glass elements will be placed at various sites within the park and visitors will be invited to observe the works and contribute their thoughts on their impact and on the general theme of ‘light’.