Local volunteers and schoolchildren will help build Kerdroya, thought to be largest classical labyrinth in world

High on a Cornish moor, a living, breathing piece of artwork that is designed to last thousands of years is taking shape.

Called Kerdroya, the piece is a labyrinth – billed as the largest of its kind in the world and constructed out of Cornish hedges, which are a unique combination of stone and vegetation.

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