National and regional newspapers

Metro, What do today’s sculptors think about calls to topple racist statues across Britain, Renuka Odedra, 4 July 2020

Manchester Evening News, The winners of the Manchester Culture Awards 2019 revealed, Maya Black, 14 November 2019

Manchester Evening News, 50 reasons why Greater Manchester is so great, Emma Gill, 26 January 2019

The Guardian, The new Pankhurst statue makes me proud of the Manchester I grew up in, Anita Sethi, 16 December 2018

The Telegraph, Statue of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst unveiled in Manchester, by Telegraph Video, 14 December 2018

The Guardian, Emmeline Pankhurst Statue unveiled in Manchester – video, 14 December 2018

The Guardian, Thousands welcome Emmeline Pankhurst Statue in Manchester, Helen Pidd, 14 December 2018

iNews, Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst statue unveiled in Manchester on 100th anniversary of women’s first vote, Dean Kirby, 14 December

The Independent, Emmeline Pankhurst Statue unveiled in Manchester, Olivia Petter, 14 December 2018

The Sun, Statue of Suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst unveiled 100 years to the day since women first voted in the UK, Chris Riches, 15 December 2018

The Telegraph, The industrial UK city where the suffragette movement was born, Cathy Toogood, 13 December 2018

The Independent, Emmeline Pankhurst: Who was she and how did she lead the suffragette movement?, Sabrina Barr, 13 December 2018

Mail Online, In Video – Emmeline Pankhurst statue undergoes bronze pour, 25 October 2018

Manchester Evening News, Statue of Emmeline Pankhurst will be unveiled next month to mark 100 years since women got the vote, Alice Wragg, 10 November 2018

The Guardian, Memorials for local heroes and forgotten poor to reach wider public, Maev Kennedy, 30 July 2018

Manchester Evening News, Our Emmeline – pictures show progress on the Pankhurst statue 100 years after votes for women, Paul Britton, 16 April 2018

Sunday Times, Biscuit heroines, I give you a cracker of a statue, Hunter Davies, 4 March 2018

Manchester Evening News, Emmeline is coming home – plans for statue of suffragette in St Peter’s Square approved, Sam Yarwood, 9 February 2018

Manchester Evening News, Decision over Manchester’s new Emmeline Pankhurst statue expected next week, Jennifer Williams, 2 February 2018

The Daily Telegraph, Pankhurst statue gets Government backing, Sophie Jamieson, 19 December 2017

Manchester Evening New, Manchester’s new statue of Emmeline Pankhurst will be ready next year. This is what it will look like, Jennifer Williams, 18 December 2017

The Guardian, Manchester’s Emmeline Pankhurst statue gets government backing, Josh Halliday, 17 December 2017

iNews, Manchester to receive statue of Emmeline Pankhurst to celebrate votes for women, Sophie Williams, 17 December 2017

Metro, Why Britain needs more female statues, that aren’t nudes, royals or virgins, 8 March 2017

The Guardian, Call for more statues to celebrate women in UK, Guardian International Women’s Day blog, Helen Pidd, 8 March 2017

Manchester Evening News, These are the designs for the new Emmeline Pankhurst statue, 1 March 2017

The Telegraph, 5 April 2016

The Times, 5 April 2016

iNews, Pioneer’s statue ruffles feathers, 5 April 2016

Mail Online, Feathers are ruffled as statue is unveiled of genius behind world’s fastest steam train the Mallard – WITHOUT a duck at his feet, by Thomas Burrows, 5 April 2016

The Yorkshire Post, Nigel Gresley statue unveiled at King’s Cross – and he’s out for a duck, by Lindsay Pantry, 5 April 2016

Yorkshire Evening Post, Tribute to steam legend Sir Nigel Gresley, 6 April 2016

The Scotsman, Duck row reignites ahead of Sir Nigel Gresley statue unveiling, Alastair Dalton, 26 March 2016

Evening Standard, In a flap – Sculptor of tribute to Mallard designer steams ahead – without his duck, Robert Dex, 22 March 2016 (photo by Roger Bamber)

The Observer, Memorial to man who made the Mallard runs into row over a duck, Jamie Doward, 7 February 2016 (photo by Roger Bamber)

The Times, Feathers fly in row over statue with (or without) a duck, Tom Whipple, 2 February 2016 (photo by Roger Bamber)

The Telegraph, Train lovers in a flap about statue with a duck, Beth Ryan, 2 February 2016

The Guardian, Duck and cover: there’s no row like a rail enthusiasts’ row, Ian Jack, 16 January 2016

The Independent, Are you calling us quackers? Duck fanciers fight for legacy of man behind the Mallard, Nick Clark, 12 October 2015

The Scotsman, Design dispute over memorial to Scots rail pioneer, Ilona Amos, 1 May 2015

The Times, Duck derails statue of steam train designer, Tom Whipple, 1 April 2015

Yorkshire Post, Duck trouble settled in bid to honour rail legend,  Ben Barnett, 1 April 2015

The Scotsman, Sir Nigel Gresley statue planned for King’s Cross, 3 November 2014

The Times, Statue of Gresley and his duck set to arrive at King’s Cross, Michael Binyon,
22 August 2014

Local papers

Brighton and Hove Independent, Campaigners launch appeal for initial £15,000 for statue for suffragette statue [Mary Clarke], Bex Bastable, 17 January 2019

Brighton and Hove Independent, Emmeline Pankhurst Statue unveiled by Brighton-based Sculptor, Bex Bastable, 20 December 2018

News and Star, Crackers about Cracker Packers, 10 March 2018

Cumberland News, I wanted to capture their spirit and camaraderie, Roger Lytollis, 9 January 2018

News and Star, Carlisle’s Cracker Packers immortalised in bronze, 8 March 2018

The Cumberland News, Countdown on to unveiling of Carlisle cracker packers statue, 24 February 2018

News & Star, Countdown on to unveiling of Carlisle Cracker Packers statue,  24 February 2018

News and Star, Project about history of Carlisle’s Cracker Packers supported by lottery grant, 12 January 2018

The Cumberland News, Cracker Packers immortalised: sculptor chosen to celebrate biscuit workers near factory site, 10 March 2017

News & Star, Cracker Packers to be immortalised: sculptor works with staff to create figure of biscuit workers, 11 March 2017

News & Star, Cracker Packer joy: sculptor will celebrate women workers, 8 March 2017

News & Star, Why Carlisle’s famous cracker packers deserve to be immortalised, 12 March 2017

The Argus, Brighton sculptor’s statue of Flying Scotsman engineer unveiled, by Neil Vowles, 14 April 2016

Ham & High, Why did a King’s Cross statue have to lose its duck?, by Alison Oldham, 12 April 2016

New Camden Journal, No duck? Sir Nigel Gresley’s statue is unveiled at King’s Cross, Dan Carrier, 7 April 2016

The Edinburgh Evening News, Sir Nigel Gresley Statue ruffles Mallard fans’ feathers, 6 April 2016

Derby Telegraph, Statue to world-famous Derbyshire engineer Sir Nigel Gresley unveiled – without duck, 7 April 2016

Burton Mail, Statue to South Derbyshire engineer is unveiled without the ‘demeaning’ mallard, 5 April 2016

Thorne and District Gazette, Statue of Doncaster rail pioneer to be unveiled on 75th anniversary of his death, by Darren Burke, 5 April 2016

The Argus, Engineering great behind The Mallard and The Flying Scotsman to get his moment in the spotlight, by Neil Vowles (photos by Roger Bamber and Andy Fallon)

Brighton & Hove Independent, Statue by Brighton sculptor to be unveiled at King’s Cross, Bex Bastable, 25 March 2016 (photo by Andy Fallon)

New Camden Journal, First look at finished Gresley statue heading for King’s Cross station (minus duck), by Dan Carrier, 18 March 2016 (photo by Andy Fallon)