Following a successful stay at Sheffield Station, the St Luke’s Heart is on the move to a new home in the city.
The heart sculpture which celebrates the work of Sheffield’s only hospice, was created as part of the Meadowhall 25th anniversary and in recent months it has been seen by thousands of travellers every day in its home on the railway station’s main concourse.
"It has been our privilege and pleasure to host the St Luke’s Heart at Sheffield railway station over the last four months or so,” said Area Station Manager Wayne Kyte.
“During this time it has been viewed by literally millions of travellers as the station annual footfall is some 11m and this will contribute to raising awareness of the fantastic work that St Luke’s does in the Sheffield area.
“We are very pleased to support the work of the hospice and proud that St Luke’s is our local charity partner."
The heart is now on the move to the Sheffield headquarters of city company Carillion Broad Street West, close to the city centre.