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Double-take at Worthing seagull art
A flock of seagulls is trapped in a Worthing phone box, as part of an art exhibition.
The 27 wire, polystyrene and fabric birds have been arranged in the red box in The Steyne by artist Tana Jackson.
It takes her four weeks to construct each bird, which the animal-lover has arranged to look like they are taking off and flying.
The birds stare through the panes of glass, entrancing passers-by who have been stopping to take pictures.
The space has been dubbed Worthing’s smallest entertainment venue by the town’s arts council, which maintains the former BT kiosk.
Earlier this month thieves stole a giant cover which was knitted for the phone box to promote a mental health campaign.
The exhibition is being held until November 3 and the birds are set to get the town in a flap again in the spring.
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