Tow Law was for many years a thriving and sooty place making coke for the iron industry. The present community takes great care of some of the few remaining 'bee hive coke ovens' in the country.
My design for the new and distinctive village entrance signs reflects on the change from rural to industrial and now mostly back to rural occupations again. At one end is a depiction of the coke ovens and here is an old-fashioned bee skep woven from straw
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