Last week, we asked you what your favourite London summer activities were. Thanks to everyone for getting in touch!
This morning, Antony Gormley’s Fourth Plinth human art exhibit, One & Other, kicked off with 35-year-old mum, Rachel Wardell, taking her place on the plinth.
Sadly, we’re still waiting to hear if we’ve been successful in our quest for a place here at VL. (Although our close friends at londonist are already planning what they’re going to do with their hour of fame.)
But we want to look beyond the excitement of London’s temporary headline-grabbing human statues, and ask: what’s your favourite (permanent) statue in London?
Does the diver do it for you?
Or perhaps you love Stockwell’s Bronze Woman, Edith Cavell at Charing Cross, or Putney local, Alan Thornhill’s nine gorgeous sculptures along the Thames walk. London’s certainly got no shortage of statues to amuse, delight, remind, inspire and admire.
Let us know what London statue, beyond the current fun on the Fourth Plinth, brings a smile to your face.