Frampton Buoys

Located at the RSPB’s Frampton Marsh Reserve, the Frampton Buoys are re-purposed marine buoys that have been transformed into stunning artworks.

After the success of the Boston Buoys trail, the Frampton Buoys are beautiful artworks intended to add to the visit of those walking on the reserve.

Local artist Nathan Murdoch of Street Arts was commissioned to decorate the sculptures. Using spray paint, he paid tribute to nature and the surrounding landscape of Frampton Marsh in his design.

One buoy has been painted in a way that when the user is standing at a particular spot, the art will perfectly align with the horizon.