The Bury Knowle Park Snake

Bury Knowle Snake 1 - Tony Gillie.jpg
Bury Knowle Snake 2 - Roger Christiansen.jpg
Bury Knowle Snake 3 - Roger Christiansen.jpg

Title

The Bury Knowle Park Snake

Subject

The Covid-19 Pandemic and Oxford

Description

Bury Knowle is a park located off of London Road in Headington. If you are lucky enough to take a socially distant trip there during lockdown you might find the Bury Knowle Park Snake. Started by Oxford Rocks UK, the snake is (currently) made up of over 300 lovingly hand painted rocks! Some rocks give thanks to "our NHS heroes" and others bear supportive messages such as "there's always a rainbow after a storm."

At the front of the line lies a rock painted as the head of the snake along with a sign which states "be a giver, not a taker" and encourages residents to add to the Covid-19 snake by bringing their own painted rocks and pebbles.

Publisher

Museum of Oxford

Rights

The photographs belong to Tony Gillie and Roger Christiansen.

The Bury Knowle Snake was started by Claire Waldron and #OxfordRocksUK.

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