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More Pop Than Pomp
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One night Malvern got a couple of new pieces of street art. Both Elgar inspired and really brightening up a rather plain bus stop. The artists, a Lee Morris and Tom Brown had originally planned to create the work annonomusly but after being stopped by the police they decided to confess that the artwork was theirs, but luckily for them and the rest of Malvern they had just about finished.

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Tags: malvern; street; art; bus; stop; elgar; colourful; pink; yellow; green; blue; sky
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