A unique five mile sculpture trail touring ancient towns. beautiful countryside and heritage sites in East Herts.
Discover 31 small bronze sculptures made by a class of 7 and 8 year old children from St John the Baptist Primary School in Great Amwell.
Located close to rivers and waterways. each sculpture has been designed in response to the natural habitat or local history. and informed by the materials and methods used by Henry Moore. who lived and worked in nearby Perry Green.
Chadwell Way Sculpture Trail, a great day out for all the family. It can even be explored as shorter walks around Great Amwell. Ware, Hertford and across the open wetlands of King's Meads.
Points of interest include the New River, Emma's Well. Scott's Grotto. historic churches. Ware Priory. Hertford Castle. Folly Island, Ware Museum and Hertford Museum.
Contemporary Bronzes in Hertford, Ware, King’s Meads & Great Amwell by children.