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(From The Journal)
SHOPPERS will be able to check out the story of the reintroduction of red kites in the North East.
Artwork titled Spirit of the Valley takes the form of a 16-metre frieze which runs across the front of the Tesco store in Rowlands Gill in the Derwent Valley, where the 94 young kites were released in the five-year project. Spirit of the Valley depicts the landscape, heritage and wildlife of the valley, from Swalwell to Lintzford, as well as following a year in the life of red kites.
The frieze is the work of Rowlands Gill wildlife artist Alan Mould, who has made a speciality of depicting kites.
Throughout the six screens of the …