Metal guru forging ahead

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    The Journal 5 December 2004. "William Pym isn't your average blacksmith and standard farriers' fare such as horsehoes, pokers and gates are conspicuous by their absence at his Northumberland forge. The Sunday Sun's Pauline Holt finds out why.... this fabulous sculpture is not due to be unveiled as the centrepiece of the redeveloped Miners' Welfare Park in Horden, County Durham, until next year. William's flower is part of a massive £1.37m restoration project backed by the Heritage Lottery Fund...."
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    The Journal
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