We were approached by the Pink Pigeon Society to unveil a new statue in the small town of Faringdon. The statue was carved to commemorate Lord Berners who was an eccentric character who resided in the area. He had a fond interest in the sea and as a consequence built the first land-based light house at Faringdon Folly, besides this interest he was known for his quirky habits, which included painting pigeons pink and placing pointless signs around the town. In his honour, we provided an aquatic acro-balance duo and some soaring pink pigeons to unveil the work of art! If you want to cause a commotion at a special event, then feel free to contact us.