The Boy and the Geese

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A series of bronze figures representing a boy being harassed by an angry goose commemorates the former Goose’s Acre which is now covered by the nearby roundabout. The Goose’s Acre was the site where the townspeople kept their geese during the day, and woe betide anybody who interfered with them! Clearly the boy in the sculpture hadn’t learned his lesson! The sculpture is located here because children like to sit on the geese.