Those of you in the Manchester area must go down to the Trafford Centre .
Not for the shopping, of course. These days the centre of town, with its Harvey Nicks and other assorted goodies, is 10 times better than trudging through the airless, not to say soulless, indoor centre of hell but
No, go to the Trafford Centre, but dont go in. Instead turn to the office block opposite and pay homage to one of your fellow law students, who has been immortalised in a rather risqu?iece of public art.
The Venus Trinity, which stands in the centre of a water feature, is made up of three five-metre-high bronze statues of the same naked woman.
The saucy statue is based on a law student from Greater Manchester who was picked out of obscurity by sculptor Colin Spofforth when he saw her out on the town.
Following wholly sensible advice from Spofforth, the student-turned-model decided to remain anonymous as she intends to go on to become a lawyer.