Public Monuments and Sculpture in Stoke-on-Trent & Newcastle-under-Lyme
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Timber Gateway panel by Anthony Hammond
at Berryhill Greenway
Location: at Berryhill Greenway - at one of the entrances to the park nearest to Uffington Parade
Commissioned by: Stoke on Trent City Council
The entrance to the Berryhill Fields
Light Blue - Breaking the Mould
Red - Metal Gateway
Green - Wooden Gateway
Dark Blue - Stone Gateway
Wooden Gateway at one of the entrances to the Berryhill Fields (nearest to Uffington Parade)
OUR BIT OF COUNTRYSIDE ... AT THE END OF OUR ROAD"
photos: Jan 2006
Inscription: (around edge of circular plaque)
(centre of circular plaque)
"SAVED FROM OPENCASTING
Part of work
3.2m high x 1.1m wide
at the top a circular roundel
of a bird on the front face
The bird is flanked by a flower and a bird.
Below is a butterfly, flanked by a dragon fly and a flower.
Beneath is an owl, another bird, and a heron.
Below are several animals, including a rabbit, a hedgehog, a lizard and another bird.
At the bottom of the
panel are two working men, one a farm labourer with a scythe,
the other a miner with pick and shovel.
Berryhill - the lung of the Potteries
Berryhill Collieries and Brickworks
Advert for Berryhill Brickworks