Giant Spoon Cramlington
Art Cramlington Northumberland

Giant Spoon In Cramlington

Art In Cramlington, Northumberland

A giant 15 foot spoon in between two fields near Cramlington and Seghill as part of a National Lottery funded art trail.

Giant Spoon Cramlington

The Giant Spoon has many names including Cramlington Spoon or the Giant Spoon or the Giant Spoon Cramlington, but actually it's official name is Eat For England.

The Giant Spoon Cramlington is a 4.5 metre (15 foot) high spoon situated in the fields between Cramlington and Seghill and is part of a 2006 national art trail funded by the National Lottery.

Confirming its ideal location situated between two farmers fields, its creator Bob Budd said "I would say that's a very logical place for a spoon to be" stating that the fields are where the food is produced. Bob also calls it a "carrot" to entice people into the countryside.

How Do I Get To Giant Cramlington Spoon

The Eat For England Spoon is very easy to find once you know where it is. Park in the Bay Horse car park along High Pit road (see Google map further down for an exact location), cross the road and then head through the subway underpass. Then follow the track through the fields and it's a 700m walk. You will see the spoon in the distance once you break through the treeline.

Use the map above of follow the route on a map on your phone.

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Don't forget to visit the Cramlington Shroud Capella which is a ten minute walk away from the spoon.

Although most locals have heard of it, not all have found it as it's still a little tricky to find unless you know exactly where you are going.

Follow our instructions below to find the Giant Spoon In Cramlington sculpture.

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How To Find Giant Spoon Cramlington

Where Is Giant Spoon Cramlington?

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Where To Park For Giant Spoon Cramlington?

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Park in the Bay Horse car park. Don't forget to head in for a beverage or some food afterwards!

The spoon was part of a Public Art and Design Initiative for South East Northumberland for connecting Cramlington and the villages of Seghill and Seaton Delaval. As this is located in fields, then the artist believed that a place where food is produced was the best place to locate the giant spoon.

Quite simply it was part of an art initiative to connect Cramlington and the nearby villages. It's located in fields to tie together where food comes from.

Park in the Bay Horse car park in High Pitt road in Cramlington. Then cross the road, head through the underpass and follow the tree line for around 700m.

The spoon is 4.5m or 15 foot.

Contributed by Simon Hawkins

Thanks for checking out this place on the Fabulous North! I do enjoy a wander out in to the countryside trying to find hidden gems that not many people know about. You can't beat a rogue Pele tower up a remote hill or a mysterious stone circle or a stunning waterfall secluded in a forest.

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