AFTER WEEKS of buildup, the 'forest giants' have been unveiled in The Lexicon.

The three giant wooden structures were first unveiled to the public yesterday, August 19, positioned inside the town centre.

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Rob Morris, general manager at The Lexicon, said: "We are looking forward to seeing visitors’ reactions to the three giants, which are an absolute show-stopper.

"But they are just part of the campaign, which combines fun and educational activities for everyone to get involved with and enjoy."

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From Friday, August 20 to Monday, August 30, the Bracknell Forest Giants experience will also use story-telling, theatre, entertainers and educational screenings as part of a magnificent celebration of Bracknell’s forest.

Stephen Chown, Head of Parks and Countryside at Bracknell Forest Council, said: "Our forest and green spaces, which represent almost 40 per cent of the borough’s landscape, are so instrumental in making our borough such a special place to live and work.

“We hope that this celebration and education campaign will encourage more people to benefit from and get involved with this fantastic natural resource.”

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Timothy Wheadon, chief executive, at Bracknell Forest Council, says: “We are delighted to see these amazing unique tree giants finally be unveiled in The Lexicon.

"Our forest has a huge impact on local residents’ well-being and also helps our local economy by attracting visitors and businesses from outside of the borough.

“The Bracknell Forest Giants experience almost literally brings the forest into the town centre and we hope the event is a huge success.”

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