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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:
Travelling Labyrinth
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:
Call for availability
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

ID#4780 Boxgrove Priory

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

Address:
Church Lane
Boxgrove, Sussex PO18 0ED
England
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Directions/notes:
The labyrinth was installed in 2008/9 as part of the major restoration of this former monastic church which now serves as the parish church for the village of Boxgrove. the church is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful in England and is some nine hundred years old. The Parish Priest of Boxgrove, Fr Ian Forrester, commissioned a local artist, Sian van Driel to design the labyrinth which is made of contrasting Purbeck stone.
Contact:
Fr Ian Forrester
Phone: 01243 774045
Email: revdianforrester@hotmail.com
Web:
http://boxgrovepriory.co.uk
Schedule:
Daylight hours
Type:
Medieval
5 circuit, with a place for the paschal candle marked on the floor.
Material:
Purbeck stones
Designer:
Sian van Driel
Builder:
L.W.Bettridge and Co.
Date installed:
2008/9

ID#3741 Ranelagh School

Categories:
School or Educational Centre
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Portable
Address:
Ranelagh Drive
Bracknell, Berks RG12 9DA
England
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Contact:
Kathryn Winrow
Phone: 01344 421233
Fax: 01344 301811
Email: study@ranelagh.bracknell-forest.sch.uk
Schedule:
Call for availability
Type:
Contemporary
Material:
Canvas
Designer:
Judy Hopen
Builder:
Robert Ferre
Size:
12 x 12 feet
Date installed:
18 May, 2009

ID#1127 Mizmaze

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

photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Breamore Down, Hampshire
England
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Directions/notes:
Approx 1 mile northwest of Breamore House
Web:
http://www.labyrinthos.net/turflabuk.htm
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
11 circuit medieval type
Material:
Turf Labyrinth
Date installed:
First recorded 1783, but surely older.

ID#3669 Bristol Water Maze

Categories:
Artistic Installation; Public Park or Garden
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Windmill Hill, Bedminster
Bristol
England
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Directions/notes:
Situated on the NE side of Windmill Hill (also known as Victoria Park), alongside St.Luke's Road between the districts of Bedminster and Totterdown. The "Water Maze" is in fact a labyrinth, where the path is formed by a shallow channel of water that slowly flows from the centre out towards the entrance. Installed as an artistic installation in 1984, the labyrinth is aligned upon St.Mary Redcliffe Church, 0.7 km to the NNW, and inspired by the labyrinth roof boss in the church.
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
11-circuit medieval design - based on the roof boss in nearby St. Mary Redcliffe Church
Material:
Brick
Designer:
Peter Milner & Jane Norbury
Size:
25 feet diameter
Date installed:
1984

ID#1128 St. Mary Redcliffe Church

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

photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Redcliffe Parade West
Bristol BS1 6SP
England
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Web:
http://www.labyrinthos.net/churchlabuk.htm
Schedule:
Sundays: 7.30am - 8.00pm
Weekdays: Summer: 8.00am - 8.00pm
Winter: 8.00am - 5.30pm
Admission:
Donations welcomed
Type:
Medieval
11 circuit medieval design
Material:
Gilded roof boss on ceiling of church
Size:
c. 8 inches (20cm) diameter
Date installed:
c.1390 CE

ID#5494 Pilgrim Paths

Categories:
Travelling Labyrinth
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Portable

Address:
Broadstairs, Kent CT10 1NR
England
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Directions/notes:
Pilgrim Paths is dedicated to providing creative and reflective prayer experiences. The labyrinth is available for retreat days, Christian conferences, church groups and schools in London and Southern England. Please see website for more information.
Contact:
Barbara Wallace
Phone: 07976-970726
Email: barbara@pilgrimpaths.co.uk
Web:
http://www.pilgrimpaths.co.uk
Schedule:
Call for availability
Type:
Medieval
Modified 7-circuit Chartres style from Veriditas
Material:
Canvas
Size:
8 metres / 24 feet
Date installed:
February 2013

ID#4572 Field Of Healing

Categories:
Private Garden or Property
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:

Address:
Main Street
Bythorn, Cambridgeshire PE28 0QR
England
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Contact:
Sarah Line
Phone: 01832 710346
Email: sarah@fieldofhealing.co.uk
Web:
http://www.fieldofhealing.co.uk
Schedule:
Call for availability
Please call to make an appointment to walk the Labyrinth. The space is sacred and used for healing and meditation. See also our web site for day and evening events held around the Labyrinth.
Admission:
10
Type:
Classical
Eleven tier Classical Labyrinth
Material:
Granite and Grass
Size:
Approx 40 feet
Date installed:
2009

ID#3495 Haye Mill Charity Trust

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

Address:
Haye Mill
Callington, Cornwall PL17 7JW
England
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Directions/notes:
One mile west of Callington, Cornwall.
Contact:
John Littlewood
Phone: 01579 382885
Email: info@hayemill.com
Web:
http://www.hayemill.com
Schedule:
Call for availability
Admission:
na
Type:
Medieval
Chartres type, using mill stone for centre.
Material:
Rock or Garden
Size:
91 feet diameter
Date installed:
1983

ID#6986 Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Categories:
Public Park or Garden; School or Educational Centre
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent
Address:
1 Brookside
Cambridge CB2 1JE
England
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Directions/notes:
Garden is located several miles south of the city centre, see full directions on website.
Web:
http://www.botanic.cam.ac.uk/Botanic/Place.aspx?p=27&ix=21&pid=2705&prcid=4&ppid=2705
Schedule:
Always open
Open during Garden opening hours, except for occasional replanting. See website for opening details.
Type:
Other
Double spiral of tall grasses (New Zealand bunch grass)
Material:
Outdoor Grass

ID#6673 Fitzwilliam Museum

Categories:
Museum, Gallery or Visitor Centre
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Portable

Photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Trumpington Street
Cambridge CB2 1RB
England
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Directions/notes:
The famous "Portrait of a Young Man" by Bartelolomeo Veneto is displayed in the Italian Art 14th - 16th centuries gallery on the first floor of the museum.
Contact:
Phone: 01223 332900
Email: fitzmuseum-enquiries@lists.cam.ac.uk
Web:
http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk
Schedule:
The museum is open Tuesday - Saturday: 10:00 - 17:00 and 12:00 - 17:00 on Sundays & Bank Holidays. Closed Mondays. Check the museum website for precise details and and any variation from the normal hours.
Admission:
Free admission
Type:
Medieval
Design partly obscured - the original plan is discussed in "Completing the Veneto Labyrinth" by R.M. Shelton in Caerdroia 39 (2009), p.11-15.
Material:
Painted canvas
Builder:
Bartelolomeo Veneto
Date installed:
c.1510

ID#6362 Westminster College

Categories:
School or Educational Centre
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
Madingley Road
Cambridge CB3 0AA
England
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Contact:
Westminster College Office
Phone: 01223-330633
Email: admin@westminster.cam.ac.uk
Web:
http://www.westminster.cam.ac.uk
Schedule:
Call for availability
Type:
Classical
Material:
Brick/Paver
Designer:
Neil Thorogood
Date installed:
2014

ID#3371 The Canterbury Labyrinth

Categories:
School or Educational Centre
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

The Canterbury Labyrinth

Address:
University of Kent
Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NQ
England
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Directions/notes:
The labyrinth is in the university grounds, on the grassy slopes overlooking the city and cathedral. It is below Eliot College and next to the footpath/cycle path leading from Eliot College to the city. Footpath (wheelchair accessible) starts at Eliot College car park (parking for wheelchair users; cycle rack). Other parking: see signs on campus. Once parked elsewhere, follow signs to Eliot College, enter car park (to right of College), look for the mini-roundabout and follow footpath as below.

Buses from city to University, ask for Keynes College. From this bus stop it is a short walk. Continue up hill, turn right at pedestrian zone. Keep right, past Eliot car park and look for the mini-roundabout. From here go straight ahead, on the footpath leading between buildings onto the grassy slopes. The Labyrinth is a short distance ahead on your left.
Contact:
Jan Sellers
Phone: 01227-824016
Email: labyrinth@kent.ac.uk
Web:
http://www.kent.ac.uk/uelt/ced/themes/labyrinth
Schedule:
Always open
Usually open, but there will be times when access will be restricted for specific events. If you are travelling some distance to visit, please check availability.
Private owners:
The labyrinth is on the University campus. Everyone is welcome to visit. We ask visitors to respect this quiet, reflective space.
Type:
Medieval
A seven-circuit medieval-type labyrinth with topographical symmetry and an additional circular path enclosing the space. The labyrinth and its surroundings have been designed to enable wheelchair access.
Material:
Outdoor Grass
Yorkstone path, and reinforced grass
Designer:
Jeff Saward, Labyrinthos
Builder:
Andrew Wiggins, The Labyrinth Builders
Size:
55 feet diameter
Date installed:
August 2008

ID#3372 University of Kent

Categories:
Retreat or Conference Centre; School or Educational Centre; Travelling Labyrinth
Availability:
Private
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Portable

Address:
Unit for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching
Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NQ
England
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Availability:
With our portable labyrinth, events are primarily for university staff and students, but are occasionally open to the public.
Directions/notes:
Wheelchair Access: accessible to users of hand-propelled wheelchairs. A hand-held labyrinth is always available as an alternative for users of motorised wheelchairs.
Contact:
Jan Sellers
Phone: 01227-824016
Email: labyrinth@kent.ac.uk
Web:
http://www.canterburyfestival.co.uk/eventdetail.asp?id=603
Schedule:
Call for availability
Next open to the public for Canterbury Festival: Sat. 18- Sun. 19 October 2008, 11am-4pm (last admission 3pm). Free entry. Darwin College, University of Kent, Canterbury. Further details from Festival website (see Exhibitions: Walk the Labyrinth), go to www.canterburyfestival.co.uk/eventdetail.asp?id=603
Private owners:
Labyrinth facilitator team - c/o UELT, University of Kent - address and contact details as above
Type:
Medieval
Handpainted Chartres replica, Veriditas variant.
Material:
Canvas
Builder:
Judy Hopen & John Bielik of Labyrinth Enterprises,llc, St. Louis, MO, USA
Size:
36 feet diameter
Date installed:
January 2008
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