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An exciting new attraction has galloped into Pocklington’s Burnby Hall Gardens.

The world’s largest hand-carved working wooden rocking horse, ‘Bigger Bertie’, arrived at his new home on a trailer after months of planning.

Sean Smith and Angela Musson present Bigger Bertie plaque to David Geekie.

Sean Smith and Angela Musson present Bigger Bertie plaque to David Geekie.

It had rained the night before, but concerns that the weather might put a dampener on things were soon dispelled as a beautiful sunny day dawned, sunlight reflecting off the lakes and highlighting the myriad of tulips on display around them.

Full story in next Thursday’s (1 May) Pocklington Post.