'Hidden heritage' a tourist magnet in the making

The Cape Coast Arts & Heritage Trust is delighted to announce that they have now commenced Stage Two of their "Te Matau-a-Maui Art & Heritage Trail" project, following the successful completion of Stage One: the installation of eight Marker Posts / Discovery Panels along the Landscapes Trail between Black Bridge, Haumoana and Clifton.

Funding for Stage Two has been kick-started by Tremains Real Estate, whose generosity and support has enabled the Trust to commission the first Landscape Artwork designed for the Trail, a collaboration between local artists Amy Lynch and Riks Terstappen.

Artist Amy Lynch (left), Simon Tremain, managing director of Tremains, and artists Jacob Scott and Riks Terstappen view the illustration of Elixir of Life.

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