Compass Pebble Mosaic
Compass Pebble Mosaic
Compass Pebble Mosaic
Compass Pebble Mosaic
Compass Pebble Mosaic
Compass Pebble Mosaic
Compass Pebble Mosaic
Compass Pebble Mosaic
Compass Pebble Mosaic

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A stone mosaic panel inlaid into the ground of the Clifton Walled Garden. The square panel features a large compass with a serpent and bird (Walker family crest) at its centre and bee motifs to each corner. The new walled gardens were opened to the public in 2009, formerly the kitchen garden for the Walker family and then a council garden nursery supplying parks with plants across Rotherham.

Compass Pebble Mosaic




H (?) x W 220 x D 220 cm (E)

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Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

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Located at

Clifton Lane, Rotherham

S65 2AA

Located in the walled garden at Clifton Park.