Artwork unveiled at Belle Vue Park entrance

HIDDEN GEM: Artist Sim Menzies (back row, second right) admires the mural with council staff and community wardens.
HIDDEN GEM: Artist Sim Menzies (back row, second right) admires the mural with council staff and community wardens.
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The entrance to Sudbury’s Belle Vue Park will no longer be “invisible” after a colourful mural was unveiled.

Visitors to the town had long complained that the popular park in Newton Road was difficult to find, with residents criticising the appearance of the entrance.

On Friday, a mural by Sudbury artist Sim Menzies was officially unveiled. It is hoped it will help attract more people to the park.

“It took two days to create and we have had a lot of positive comments about it,” said Mr Menzies, 43. “We wanted something bright and colourful and we have got that. It means the park is not as invisible anymore.”