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ID#6892 St John's Anglican Church

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

The Cairo Labyrinth

Address:
17th and Port Said St.
Maadi, Cairo
Egypt
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Directions/notes:
From Maadi Grand Mall, go north across the railway tracks and then immediately turn Left. Go west approximately 1 km to the next major intersection (Port Said Rd). Turn right and go approx. 3 blocks. The church entrance is on the right. If traveling South into Maadi from the Corniche on the Nile, take the Maadi Square exit (Across from the Fish Restaurant) and proceed across the flyover to the Port Said Square, take the second exit onto Port Said Rd. The Church is 3 blocks up on the left.
Contact:
Brenda McLellan
Phone: +20 127 0220993
Email: stjohnsmaadicairo@gmail.com
Web:
http://www.stjohnschurchmaadi.org
Schedule:
Monday evening walks, except holidays, 5-7 pm in St John's Parish Hall, October to Mid-May
Type:
Medieval
5 Path adaptation of Chartres Style
Material:
Canvas
Designer:
Brenda McLellan
Size:
18 feet
Date installed:
2012

ID#1132 Alkborough Church Labyrinths

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

photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Alkborough Church
Alkborough, North Lincolnshire
England
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Directions/notes:
A small labyrinth inset into the floor of the porch and another in stained glass above the altar.
Web:
http://www.labyrinthos.net/churchlabuk.htm
Schedule:
Church is usually locked, but porch labyrinth always open. Keyholder lives opposite.
Admission:
Donations always welcome
Type:
Medieval
11 circuit medieval - copy of nearby "Julian's Bower" turf labyrinth
Material:
Concrete
and Stained Glass
Designer:
J. Goulton Constable
Size:
Porch labyrinth 6 feet diameter.
Date installed:
porch labyrinth 1887, stained glass c.1922

ID#1173 Downhouse Farm

Categories:
Farms & Agriculture
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent
Address:
Higher Eype
Bridport, Dorset
England
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Directions/notes:
Going along the Bridport by-pass towards Axminster take the left hand turning after the road bridge signposted "Eype". Take the second turning to the right signposted "Higher Eype". A further 1/2 mile up this track take the left hand turning signposted "Downhouse Farm", follow this track and go through the gates. about a 1/4 mile further on are some farm buildings where you can park. The labyrinth is situated behind the farmhouse (the one selling teas and coffees).
Contact:
John Baker
Phone: 01308 424191
Email: johnthecelt@supanet.com
Schedule:
Always open
Preferably from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm although it can be viewed at other times by appointment.
Type:
Classical
Material:
Outdoor Grass
Turf labyrinth
Designer:
John Baker
Builder:
John Baker
Size:
16 metres diameter
Date installed:
Easter 2004

ID#1659 Monkton Wyld Labyrinth

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

The labyrinth is situated on the garden terrace.

Address:
Monkton Wyld Court, Charmouth
Bridport, Dorset DT6 6DQ
England
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Directions/notes:
North of A35, 2 miles east of Axminster, Devon.
Contact:
The Monkton Wyld Community
Phone: +44 (0)1297 560342
Email: Monktonwyldcourt@btinternet.com
Schedule:
Call for availability
Type:
Contemporary
A 7-goal 'Chakra' labyrinth based on a stylised Greek Key pattern
Material:
Outdoor Grass
Designer:
John Bullock
Builder:
Monkton Wyld Workcrew
Size:
12 feet x 45 feet
Date installed:
26th - 27th February 2005
GPS:
50.5° Lat.; 2.9° Long.

ID#1131 The Watts Chapel

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

photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Compton, nr. Guildford, Surrey
England
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Directions/notes:
A total of five labyrinths are to be found in the decoration of this remarkable "Arts & Crafts" chapel, four on roof corbels on the outside walls and one inside on the altar
Web:
http://www.labyrinthos.net/churchlabuk.htm
Schedule:
Open daily until dusk, except Xmas.
Type:
Medieval
Based on the design of the pavement labyrinth at Ravenna, Italy.
Material:
Terracotta corbels and gilded gesso altarpiece
Designer:
Mary Watts
Size:
Small decorations, c. 6- 8 inches.
Date installed:
c.1895-98

ID#1587 Grove Community Garden

Categories:
Public Park or Garden
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent
Address:
Grove Avenue
Gosport, Hampshire PO12
England
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Directions/notes:
Off junction 11 of M27, follow signs to Gosport. Take Brockhurst Road, Forton Road, Spring Garden Lane and Grove Avenue.
Contact:
Michael Sait
Phone: 023 9235 6115
Schedule:
Always open
24 hours
Private owners:
Gosport Borough Council
Admission:
None
Type:
Medieval
Chartres replica
Material:
Brick/Paver
Designer:
Local community
Builder:
S.D. Watts Esq., block paving specialists
Size:
12.9m approx.
Date installed:
October 2001

ID#958 Hilton Turf Labyrinth

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

photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Village Green
Hilton, Cambridgeshire
England
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Web:
http://www.labyrinthos.net/turflabuk.htm
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
9-circuit with central mound and inscribed pillar surmounted by a sundial
Material:
Turf Labyrinth
Builder:
William Sparrow
Size:
51ft./16.8m. diameter
Date installed:
1660

ID#1339 Rocky Valley Labyrinths

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

photo: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

Address:
Trewethett Mill, Rocky Valley
near Boscastle, Cornwall
England
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Directions/notes:
Situated between the villages of Tintagel and Boscastle, a track leading down Rocky Valley from Trevillet Mill reaches the ruins of Trewethett Mill, just before the path crosses a bridge to the other side of the river. The labyrinths are situated on a rockface behind the ruins of the mill.
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Classical
Material:
Rock carvings - petroglyphs
Size:
Two labyrinths alongside each other - both around 9 inches (23 cm) diameter. The right hand labyrinth is illustrated below.
Date installed:
Age uncertain - often claimed to be Bronze Age, but almost certainly they date from the late 18th or early 19th centuries CE.

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#6771 Alfriston Labyrinth Festival

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

Address:
St Andrew's Church
Alfriston, Sussex
England
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Directions/notes:
in the churchyard between St Andrew's Church and the River Cuckmere
Contact:
William Wray
Phone: 01323 871944
Email: laby1@myphone.coop
Web:
http://www.alfriston-village.co.uk/#!the-labyrinth-festival/ruidw
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Classical
Material:
Outdoor Grass
Date installed:
June 2016

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
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