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Hung, quartered and drawn at the Tower of London
Published: Wednesday 18th of June 2008
Until the end of the year, visitors to the Tower of London will be able to view the winning entry from a recent drawing competition.
The winner of the 'Hung, quartered and drawn!' competition was Rydal Hanbury from The Prince's Drawing School. His drawing has now been realised on the scaffold sheeting covering the White Tower at the top London attraction, which currently undergoing conservation work.
Over a two-year period, the White Tower conservation project will clean, repair and conserve parts of the structure and carry out repairs to the lead of the main roof and turrets.
As his prize, Rydal won £200 worth of classes at the Drawing School.
Visitors can see the Crown Jewels, take the Yeoman Warder tours and enjoy great views of London from the East Wall.
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