Tom Maley (sculptor)

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Tom Maley is an English sculptor from North East England whose site specific and publicly commissioned sculptures are found in and around the region. [1]

Born in Stakeford, Northumberland, among his notable works are statues of people related to association football; 1996– Jackie Milburn, [2] 2004 Wilf Mannion, [3] and 2012 Bobby Robson. [4] [5] He has also produced a bronze statue of the Unknown Soldier, on display in Ashington town centre, a contemporary statue of Theseus and a glass fibre composite and steel work, "Two Crows on a Crankshaft", at Woodhorn Colliery Museum. [6]

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  5. "Pupils Cement Their Sculpting Skills in Memory of Footballing Hero". Retrieved 1 January 2015.
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