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Ashford's 'Roundabout Banksy' strikes again

By Kristina Curtis

Just six weeks after the last sculpture appeared, Ashford's 'Roundabout Banksy' has struck again - this time on the Drover's Roundabout.   

The piece appeared sometime over the weekend and features a squirrel holding a love heart balloon, decorated with a distorted Union Jack.

This is the third mysterious art piece to appear on a busy Ashford roundabout, with the first being a swimmer chased by sharks on the Eureka Park roundabout and the second one a hare and carrot on Junction 9 roundabout.   

The squirrel is located on Drovers Roundabout

The squirrel is located on Drovers Roundabout

All three pieces of artwork feature a sticker, or in this case a balloon, with the Union Jack on them - indicating that they are all by the same artist.

However, as of yet, nobody has claimed ownership of the art or explained what they actually mean. 

Do you know who the 'Roundabout Banksy' is? If so get in touch at kentishexpress@thekmgroup.co.uk 

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