Sculpture returns to Higher Blackley
The academy is proud to be the new home for Bee Blackley – one of the sculptures that buzzed into Manchester in 2018 as part of a city-wide art trail.
Bee Blackley was one of 23 community bees designed to be on permanent display and it lived at Plant Hill Park until 2020.
During the pandemic, the sculpture needed a bit of rest and repair but it is now back in the neighbourhood on the academy grounds, where it can also be seen by the public from Plant Hill Road.
As the academy and its students were heavily involved in its creation and unveiling, we are pleased to help keep it in our community.