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ID#5441 Wakefield Cathedral

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

Wakefield Cathedral Labyrinth

Address:
Northgate
Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF1 1HG
England
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Contact:
Phone: 01924 373923
Email: admin@wakefield-cathedral.org.uk
Web:
http://www.wakefieldcathedral.org.uk
Schedule:
Visit the Wakefield Cathedral website for visitor opening times.
Admission:
free (but donation appreciated)
Type:
Medieval
5-circuit
Material:
Stone
Designer:
Thomas Ford & Partners
Builder:
William Anelay Ltd
Date installed:
January 2013

ID#7237 Bridge House

Categories:
Camp Grounds and Recreation Facilities; Hotel, Guest House or B+B; Retreat or Conference Centre
Availability:
Private
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Aerial view of Bridge House Labyrinth.

Address:
72 Wallingford Rd, Shillingford
Wallingford, Oxfordshire OX10 7EU
England
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Directions/notes:
Bridge House is on the north side of Shillingford Bridge, which crosses the River Thames on the A329.
Contact:
Philip Mader-Grayson
Phone: 01865-858540
Email: house@bridge-house.org.uk
Web:
http://www.bridge-house.org.uk
Schedule:
Always open
Private owners:
See contact details above
Type:
Contemporary
Material:
Willow
Designer:
P R Mader-Grayson
Builder:
Bridge House Community
Size:
Approx. 1 Km distance. 3,500 sq.m
Date installed:
February 2009
GPS:
51.6253N° Lat.; 1.1393W° Long.

ID#7011 St. Joseph and St. Teresa Catholic Primary School

Categories:
School or Educational Centre
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
Lover's Walk
Wells, Somerset BA5 2QL
England
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Directions/notes:
Situated in the school grounds, this labyrinth consists of three inter-connected three-circuit labyrinths to represent the Trinity. It is located in a Prayer Garden and was installed to provide a quiet, prayerful space for the children.
Contact:
Chris Trwoga
Phone: 07582 233844
Email: learning@snla.co.uk
Web:
http://snla.co.uk
Schedule:
Call for availability
Access to the labyrinth is subject to the consent of the school senior management.
Type:
Contemporary
Original design consisting of three inter-linked three-circuit labyrinths.
Material:
grass path with cotswold chipping walls enclosed by a log border
Designer:
Chris Trwoga
Builder:
Chris Trwoga
Size:
15 metres by 15 metres
Date installed:
June 2015

ID#5485 Fenland Hermitage

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship; Private Garden or Property; Retreat or Conference Centre
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
The Cottages Hermitage, Slipe Drove
West Pinchbeck, Spalding, Lincolnshire PE11 3QF
England
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Directions/notes:
A Franciscan contemplative hermitage, with self-catering accommodation available by prior arrangement.
Contact:
Lance and Sue Blake
Phone: 01775 640099
Email: hermits@fenlandhermitage.co.uk
Web:
http://www.fenlandhermitage.co.uk
Schedule:
Call for availability
Type:
Classical
Material:
Outdoor Grass
Size:
14 metres diameter
Date installed:
2011

ID#3473 Trinity Labyrinth

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

Address:
Trinity Gardens, Roper Street
Whitehaven, Cumbria
England
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Directions/notes:
A millenium project, the labyrinth is situated in Trinity Park, on the site of the old Holy Trinity Church, demolished as unsafe in 1947, and now a memorial park.
Web:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/cumbria/content/articles/2005/06/21/coast05_stage5_feature.shtml
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
11 circuit Chartres replica
Material:
Rock or Garden
Various types of stones from around the world including lots of local slate!
Designer:
Shawn Williamson
Date installed:
2000

ID#1040 Mizmaze

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

photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
St.Catherine's Hill
Winchester, Hampshire
England
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Directions/notes:
On the crown of St.Catherine's Hill, to the south of and overlooking the city of Winchester
Web:
http://www.labyrinthos.net/turflabuk.htm
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
Unusaual 9 circuit design - similar to Reims Cathedral type, but square.
Material:
Turf Labyrinth
Size:
90 x 86 feet square - 27.4 x 26.2 metres
Date installed:
Unknown, but probably late 1600's?

ID#6785 Wirksworth Festival

Categories:
Artistic Installation; Public Park or Garden; Travelling Labyrinth
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Temporary

Address:
Church Walk
Wirksworth, Derbyshire DE4 4DP
England
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Availability:
Saturday 10th. September 2016 10 a.m - 5 p.m.
Sunday 11th. September 2016 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Portable and available thereafter for exhibition elsewhere.
Directions/notes:
A Lattice Labyrinth Tessellation derived from the date of St. Mary's Church patronal festival will be on display as part of the well-established Wirksworth Festival Art and Architecture Trail, featuring some 150 artists, which can be explored over the weekend of Saturday 10th. and Sunday 11th. September 2016. The installation is likely to be in the Memorial Gardens, St. John's Street, Wirksworth DE4 4DS.
Contact:
David Mitchell
Phone: 01629 823456
Fax: 01629 825094
Email: davescarthin@gmail.com
Web:
https://latticelabyrinths.wordpress.com/
Schedule:
Open for scheduled events
Type:
Contemporary
A Lattice Labyrinth Tessellation is a "tiling" (think infinitely-extendable jigsaw puzzle) in which each piece is of identical labyrinthine shape, as intricate as you like but always fitting perfectly together. each piece is made up of corridors of square or triangular tiles only one tile in width. They may be branching but are not maze-like because their shape is not arbitrary and designed to confuse but follows logically from elegant mathematics that can be comprehended. The example to be seen is only a "baby" in an infinite family of possibilities of apparently bewildering but actually elegantly simple shapes, which is the defining characteristic of labyrinths as opposed to mazes.
Material:
Brick/Paver
Wooden tiles on wooden boards
Designer:
Dr. David J. Mitchell
Builder:
Dr. David J. Mitchell
Size:
2.4 metres x 2.4 metres
Date installed:
10th. September 2016
GPS:
53.08110449° Lat.; -1.57305926° Long.

ID#3243 Yoganature

Categories:
Spa or Treatment Centre
Availability:
Private
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Clare in the Labyrinth

Address:
Wootton Park Stable House, Wootton Lane,
Wootton, Canterbury, Kent CT4 6RT
England
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Contact:
Angie Twydall
Phone: 01303844373
Email: angie@yoganature.co.uk
Web:
http://www.yoganature.co.uk
Schedule:
Open for scheduled events
Private owners:
Rod and Angie Twydall
Type:
Classical
Classical 3 circuit Labyrinth
Material:
Log Labyrinth
Designer:
Clare Danstead
Builder:
Clare Danstead
Size:
Approximately 6 metres in diameter
Date installed:
June 21, 2007

ID#7012 Holy Trinity Primary School

Categories:
School or Educational Centre
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
Lime Tree Avenue
Yeovil, Somerset BA20 2PW
England
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Directions/notes:
Situated in the corner of the school playing field this labyrinth was built by the children to provide a quiet space for prayer and reflection. Public access to the labyrinth is limited and by the consent of the senior management of the school.
Contact:
Jo Veryard (ass't head teacher)
Phone: 01935 472902
Email: jveryard@holytrinity.somerset.sch.uk
Web:
http://holytrinity.somerset.sch.uk
Type:
Contemporary
Circular five-circuit labyrinth.
Material:
grass path and cotswold chipping wall
Designer:
Chris Trwoga
Builder:
The children of the school supported by Chris Trwoga
Size:
12 metres diameter
Date installed:
October 2015
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