Solstice Park’s Ancestor sculpture is back at home after taking some time out to visit Glastonbury Festival.

The 24ft sculpture was at Silver Hayes, the festival’s dance area, and had lighting effects that meant its lasers could be seen from all over the site.

Michelle Topps, who spent nine months creating the Ancestor with partner Andy Rawlings said:- “We were delighted to have been asked back for a second time.

“Seeing your sculpture come to life and people interacting with it and taking pictures is always very special for us. Silver Hayes does it so well- he’s the first things you see when you enter the area providing a giant welcome for everyone.”

The Ancestor who normally resides at the front of the Holiday Inn on Solstice Park has made another trip to Stonehenge for the Summer Solstice.

The 22ft (6.7 om) seven ton figures has been created by local artists from thousands of hand cut pieces of steel welded to a frame.

Animal Friends have purchased The Crescent Offices that they had been renting and are now planning the expansion of their fast growing Pet and Equine insurance company from their headquarters on Solstice Park.

The main contractor for the new 720,000 sq ft distribution centre for T. J. Morris Ltd have enabled the internal fit out to commence, two months early, which will hopefully bring forward the planned August 2015 opening of the £100 million centre which will serve the whole of southern England.