An eye catching sculpture of a cormorant has been installed on a wishing well at a pub for the benefit of the Water Aid charity.
The artwork is now available for people to see is on display at the well at the Greyhound Coaching Inn in Lutterworth.
Robert Eggleston, owner of the Greyhound, said: “The wishing well is used by the Lutterworth Rotary Club to raise funds for Water Aid, a charity which provides clean water for millions of people in Asia and Africa.
“The well is an apt reminder that we have water in plenty close at hand, a poignant thought when so many in our world are thirsty.”
The artwork was created by artist Steve [Worzel] McAllister from cast off bits and pieces of a threshing machine, spanners, nuts and bolts.
People can visit the well in Chapel Street near the Greyhound Coaching Inn entrance now to see the sculpture and to lend their support to Water Aid.