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WAYSIDE ART IN EAST ANGLIA

ANIMALS

CATTLE

Above: A weathervane with a bull and a pheasant on a barn at Upper Billingford in Norfolk.

Above: A bull charging a man on a weather vane that sits on top of a building at ‘The Bull’s Head’ pub in Pettaugh, Suffolk.

Being a rural region, it’s not surprising that some pubs have names relating to cattle.  In Norfolk, for example, there’s The Bull at Dereham and Fakenham, and The Bull Inn at Walsingham.  The picture (left) shows The Ox and Plough sign on the green at Old Buckenham.

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Above: A picture above a butcher’s shop in Diss, Norfolk.

Left: A village sign at Yoxford in Suffolk showing an ox and a river.  The blue wavy lines represent the River Yox.  The frame represents an oxen yoke.

Below: Statue of a bull on the front elevation of The Bull pub in Crouch Street, Colchester, Essex.