No actually, it’s an elephant. Yes, you heard it right – an elephant in Cheshire. Normally it’s the elephant in the room that causes a stir, but at Priory Park it’s the elephant on the hill that’s getting tongues wagging. If you haven’t seen it yet, then we would suggest you take a look for yourself so you can see what’s got people talking.
So why has Macclesfield Rugby Club chosen to put an elephant statue at Priory Park? Well, it’s simple really: by displaying the statue overlooking the first team pitch, we’re supporting local business as well as African artists and their families.
Macclesfield Rugby has entered into an exclusive agreement with North West Company, PANGEA SCULPTURES, who import unique hand-made animal sculptures from Africa. The unusual sculptures are designed for display in either home or garden. Each sculpture is a one-off, and is individually crafted in Kenya from recycled metal. We think you’d have to agree, these sculptures look fantastic.
If you’d like more information on the sculptures, then why not pick up a brochure on the stand near the office non match days, or visit the Pangea website.
If you’re interested in buying one of these superb sculptures, then contact the Pangea sales team at www.pangeasculptures.com and mention ‘Macc Rugby’ because as Macclesfield Club members you will receive a 10 per cent discount. What’s more the Club will also receive a contribution which will put towards Club Funds.