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ID#2143 Longleat House

Categories:
Public Park or Garden
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Labyrinth of Love at Longleat

Address:
Longleat
near Warminster, Wiltshire
England
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Directions/notes:
Well signposted in Wiltshire, further details on their website
Web:
http://www.longleat.co.uk
Schedule:
Longleat House is open daily during the summer, with limited opening during the winter - see their website for current details.
Type:
Maze
Renaissaance style labyrinth of love
Material:
Rose hedges and archways with gravel paths
Designer:
Graham Burgess (www.gyrdan.demon.co.uk)
Date installed:
1994

ID#1321 Norwich Cathedral

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
Norwich, Norfolk
England
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Directions/notes:
The labyrinth is in the cathedral cloister.
Web:
http://www.cathedral.org.uk/pages/html/guided_tour.html
Schedule:
Always open
Open every day when the Cathedral is open.
Contact: The Visitors' Office Tel:01603 218 321
Type:
Medieval
7 circuit medieval type
Material:
Stone slabs set in grass
Designer:
Jane Sunderland
Date installed:
2002

ID#865 Heart of the Spiral

Categories:
Travelling Labyrinth
Availability:
Private
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Portable
Address:
17 Alexandra Road
Peterborough PE1 3DB
England
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Contact:
Helena del Pino
Phone: 44 1733 310795
Email: delpinofam@aol.com
Schedule:
Call for availability
Material:
Canvas

ID#1912 Seaton Millennium Labyrinth

Categories:
Public Park or Garden
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Seaton Millennium Labyrinth

Address:
Cliff Field, off Beer Road
Seaton, East Devon EX12 2PW
England
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Directions/notes:
The labyrinth, built to celebrate 1000 years since the granting of Seaton's town charter in 1005, is situated in Cliff Field Public Park, overlooking the picturesque Devon World Heritage coast. An oak carved finger labyrinth of the design is incorporated in the adjacent information board.
Contact:
David Kelf
Phone: 01297 24192
Email: davidl@kelf.fsworld.co.uk
Schedule:
Always open
Admission:
Free
Type:
Medieval
Combination of Chartres and Saffron Walden designs. Pathway divides made from rock from seven different sources along World Heritage coast. Large spiral ammonites set in lobes.
Material:
Outdoor Grass
Designer:
Spiral Healing Centre
Builder:
Tony Benger Landscaping and volunteers
Size:
60 feet diameter
Date installed:
July 2005

ID#1353 Nine O'Clock Community

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Private
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Portable
Address:
Hill Top Chapel
Sheffield
England
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Schedule:
Used intermittently indoors and outdoors, has been used within a stone circle in the Derbyshire countryside
Type:
Medieval
An exact copy of the Chartres labyrinth that glows under UV light, made out of canvas and gaffer tape
Material:
Canvas
Designer:
Nine O'Clock Service
Builder:
Members of the Nine O'Clock Service
Date installed:
1992

ID#1511 Shirley Methodist Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Temporary
Address:
Stratford Road
Shirley, Solihull B90 3JH
England
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Contact:
Alison Noakes
Phone: 01217454932
Email: ali@aknoakes.wanadoo.co.uk
Schedule:
Open for scheduled events
One time only. Thursday 9th December - 8pm
Type:
Contemporary
Material:
Various
Date installed:
9 Dec 2004

ID#1039 Wing Turf Labyrinth

Categories:
Public Open Space; Historic Monument
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Village Green
Wing, Rutland
England
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Directions/notes:
Surrounded by wooden fence on the edge of the village green
Web:
http://www.labyrinthos.net/turflabuk.htm
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
11 circuit
Material:
Turf Labyrinth
Size:
50 feet - 15.2 metres
Date installed:
Unknown - c.17th century CE?

ID#2240 Wing Village Hall

Categories:
Public Building, Library, Community Centre; Public Open Space
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Top Street
Wing, Rutland
England
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Directions/notes:
Situated on a pedastal on the corner outside the village hall - this ceramic labyrinth stands adjacent to the Wing turf labyrinth.
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
Small-scale replica of the Wing labyrinth
Material:
Ceramic sculpture
Designer:
Karen Chesney
Size:
approx 40 cm.
Date installed:
2000

ID#4095 St Michael and All Angels

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
Park Road
Abingdon OX14 1DS
England
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Directions/notes:
Situated in Albert Park area, about 5 minutes walk from Abingdon town centre. Parking restrictions apply - permits available from church.
Contact:
Carol Bowman
Phone: 01235528962
Email: carol_bowman@manxcat.me.uk
Web:
http://www.stmichaels-abingdon.org.uk
Schedule:
Call for availability
Church locked when unattended but access can normally be arranged given notice.
Type:
Medieval
6-circuit Abingdon design, based on a mauscript labyrinth originally created at Abingdon, c.1030-1048.
Material:
Tiled floor in the nave of the church
Builder:
The Labyrinth Builders
Size:
24 feet diameter
Date installed:
November 2008
GPS:
51.671341° Lat.; -1.290808° Long.

ID#1069 Julians Bower

Categories:
Historic Monument; Public Open Space
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Alkborough, Lincolnshire
England
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Directions/notes:
c.300 yards southwest of village church
Web:
http://www.labyrinthos.net/turflabuk.htm
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
11 circuit medieval type
Material:
Turf Labyrinth
Size:
43 feet - 13.4 metres
Date installed:
Unknown - first recorded late 17th century

ID#5521 Wakehurst Place

Categories:
Museum, Gallery or Visitor Centre; National, Country or State Park; Public Park or Garden; Tourist Attraction
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent
Address:
Ardingly, West Sussex RH17 6TN
England
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Directions/notes:
South of Turner's Hill, by road: M23 J10, off B2028; by train: East Grinstead 6m, Haywards Heath 6m.
A finger labyrinth miniature of the "Unexpected Endings" labyrinth can also be found carved into the stump of a large oak tree (felled in 1987 storm) just off path to south of the Water Garden.
Contact:
Wakehurst Place
Phone: 01444 894066
Web:
http://www.kew.org/visit-wakehurst/index.htm
Schedule:
Daily except 25th/26th Dec.; Mar-Oct 10am-6.00pm, Feb-Nov 10am-4.30pm - last entry 30min prior to closing
Admission:
£12.50 to whole gardens, NT members and Kew members free
Type:
Contemporary
New labyrinth entitled "Unexpected Endings" similar in lay out to Chartres labyrinth but also based on Fibonacci geometric code of the pine cone. Labyrinth sited on open grass among Scots Pine trees
Material:
Brick/Paver
Designer:
Female artist - Kew Patron
Builder:
Local brick artists together with Wakehurst Place staff and volunteers
Size:
24m diameter - 600m long

ID#4434 St. Mary's Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
Newgate Street
Barnard Castle, Co. Durham DL12 8ST
England
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Contact:
Alec Harding (Rev)
Phone: +44 1833 637018
Email: Alec.Harding@Durham.Anglican.org
Web:
http://www.stmarysbarnardcastle.org.uk/
Schedule:
Always open
Open daily. Approx 8.30am to dusk
Type:
Medieval
5-circuit octagonal
Material:
Inlaid wooden floor
GPS:
54.54° Lat.; -1.92° Long.

ID#4124 Chiltern Woodland Burial Park

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship; Public Open Space
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Chiltern Woodland Burial Park Labyrinth

Address:
Potkiln Lane, Jordans
Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire HP9 2XB
England
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Directions/notes:
Easy access from junction 2 of the M40. Exit the motorway and take the A355 towards Gerrards Cross and Beaconsfield. At the roundabout take the A40 towards Gerrards Cross. After 600 yards turn left after the speed camera into Potkiln Lane. Our entrance is 400 yards on the left.
Contact:
Phone: 01494 872158
Email: info.chiltern@greenacreswb.co.uk
Web:
https://www.greenacreswoodlandburials.co.uk/park/chiltern/
Schedule:
Our labyrinth is accessible during the opening hours of the burial park - currently Mon - Fri 08.30am - 4.30pm (or dusk if earlier) weekends and Bank Holidays 10.00am - 4.00pm.
Type:
Classical
Circular Cretan seven circuit labyrinth
Material:
forest floor with woodchip
Designer:
staff of Chiltern Woodland Burial Park
Builder:
staff of Chiltern Woodland Burial Park
Size:
270 yards to centre from mouth
Date installed:
To be opened by Professor Keith Critchlow May 3rd 2010
GPS:
51'36'6.861° Lat.; 0'36'34.2972° Long.

ID#3100 St. Columba's United Reformed Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Top-down view of labyrinth garden layout.

Address:
Marsh House Avenue
Billingham, Stockton-on-Tees TS23 3AL
England
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Directions/notes:
Corner of Marsh House Ave. & Knole Rd. in Billingham, Stockton-on-Tees, UK.
Contact:
Rev. Colin Offor
Email: c.offor@ntlworld.com
Schedule:
Call for availability
Admission:
none
Type:
Contemporary
Material:
Rock or Garden
Designer:
Dr. Daniel Meister / Mr. Steven Johnson
Builder:
St. Columba's URC & Knole Rd. Community
Size:
80 x 12 feet
Date installed:
June 11, 2005
GPS:
54° Lat.; 1° Long.

ID#3334 Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre

Categories:
Retreat or Conference Centre
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
1046 Bristol Road
Birmingham B29 6LJ
England
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Contact:
Phone: 0121-472-5171
Web:
http://www.woodbrooke.org.uk
Schedule:
Call for availability
Type:
Medieval
11-circuit, Chartres style
Material:
Outdoor Grass

ID#4489 Canvas Labyrinths

Categories:
Travelling Labyrinth
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Portable
Address:
Bishopsteignton, Devon
England
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Directions/notes:
Kept with owner in Bishopsteignton, south Devon, UK
Contact:
Ruth Sewell
Phone: 01626-779649
Email: heart@ruthsewell.f9.co.uk
Web:
http://www.ruthsewell.co.uk
Private owners:
Owned by Dr Ruth Sewell
Type:
24 foot concentric 7-circut classical and 18 foot 5-circuit medieval portable canvas labyrinths.
Material:
Canvas
Designer:
Jeff Saward

ID#3124 Pencarrow House & Gardens

Categories:
Private Garden or Property
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
Washaway
Bodmin, Cornwall PL30 3AG
England
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Directions/notes:
Four miles north-west of Bodmin, follow signs for Pencarrow House & Gardens, off A389 and B3266 at Washaway
Contact:
The Adminiatrator
Phone: 01208 841369
Fax: 01208 841722
Email: pencarrow@aol.com
Web:
http://www.pencarrow.co.uk
Schedule:
Gardens: Open daily from 2nd. March - 30th. October.
House, Tea rooms & Craft Gallery Shop: open Sundays to Thursdays, 30th March - 30th October.
Private owners:
The Labyrinth is set in the gardens, of Pencarrow House & Gardens belonging to the Molesworth-St. Aubyn family.
Type:
Classical
Seven-Circuit
Material:
Outdoor Grass
Designer:
Brian J Wright
Builder:
Brian, Rod and Cornish Magic.
Size:
95 feet
Date installed:
29 February 2008

ID#3394 Sacred Thread and E. C. Therapy

Categories:
Miscellaneous
Availability:
Private
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Portable
Address:
105 Bollington Road
Bollington, Cheshire SK10 5EL
England
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Directions/notes:
North West of England around 15 miles south of Manchester.
Contact:
Elizabeth Clarke
Phone: 00441625574943
Email: elizabeth@e-c-therapy.com
Web:
http://www.e-c-therapy.com
Schedule:
Open for scheduled events
Stepping into the Bollington Labyrinth
Saturday 20 November 2010. 12.30-4pm
at Adelphi Mill, Bollington , Macclesfield, Cheshire.
An afternoon workshop, led by expert Elizabeth Clarke, including stepping into the Bollington Labyrinth. Learn about the history of Labyrinths and how they are being used today.
Relax into a guided reflection to prepare you for your labyrinth walk.
Bring your own lunch and possible attire for wet weather, for the walk.
Workshop fee: £15
To book your place please contact
Deborah Roberts 01625 572052
deborahjrob@btinternet.com
Type:
Medieval
Chartres stye labyrinth
Material:
Canvas
Designer:
Robert Ferre and Judy Hopen
Size:
36 feet

ID#5228 Festival Labyrinth Bollington

Categories:
Public Open Space
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
Grimshaw Lane
Bollington, Macclesfield
England
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Directions/notes:
Approx 1 mile into Bollington Village along the main street, turn right into Grimshaw Lane. The labyrinth is to the left where the Middlewood Way crosses Grimshaw Lane and before the bridge.
Contact:
Elizabeth Clarke
Phone: 01625 574943
Email: elizabeth@e-c-therapy.com
Web:
http://
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Classical
Material:
Rock or Garden
Size:
Approx 30 feet in diameter
Date installed:
2000

ID#2599 Church of St. Helena & St. Mary

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Permanent

Photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Bourn, Cambridgeshire
England
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Directions/notes:
Situated on the floor of the tower
Schedule:
The church is sometimes locked, but details of keyholders are usually posted
Type:
Maze
Rectangular version of the Hampton Court design
Material:
Black and red floor tiles
Date installed:
1875
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