The owners of a £20 million Henry Moore sculpture, which is on show near Wakefield, say they may have to sell up in order to raise much-need funds. The statue, by the Castlefield-born sculptor, is owned by a London Council, but campaigners fear a sale could mean it will end up abroad.
A statue by Yorkshire artist Henry Moore is causing controversy. It is at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park near Wakefield, but is owned by Tower Hamlets Council. They want to sell but there is opposition fighting to keep it in Yorkshire.