Sculpture

Enfield Millennium Fountain

Erection date: 8/9/2000

Inscription

The Millennium Fountain by Wendy Taylor CBE.
Unveiled by the Worshipful the Mayor of Enfield, Councillor Andreas Constantinides 8th September 2000.

The fountain commemorates the project to restore the nearby New River Loop undertaken by London Borough of Enfield in partnership with Enfield Preservation Society and Thames Water Ltd with the support of a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

The sundial is man's oldest astronomical instrument. The gnomon is pointing true North and is parallel to the axis of the Earth. Due to a combination of the tilt of the Earth's axis and the varying speed of the Earth's elliptical progress around the Sun, the indicted time will often differ by several minutes either way from Greenwich Mean Time, the maximum being 16 minutes. The greatest differences occur in February and October. During British Summer Time one hour must be added to the indicated time.

Site: Enfield Millennium Fountain (1 memorial)

EN2, Church Street

This sculpture has been placed on the River Walk.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Enfield Millennium Fountain

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New River Loop - restoration

London Gardens Trust says "In 1890 the portion of the New River around Enfiel...

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New River

The so-called New River is actually an aqueduct built 1609 - 1613 from near W...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Enfield Millennium Fountain

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Enfield Society

Founded  as the Enfield Preservation Society, and renamed The Enfield Society...

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Heritage Lottery Fund

The National Lottery Heritage Fund (rebranded 2019), formerly the Heritage Lo...

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Thames Water

When this authority was formed it took over responsibility for water supply f...

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Andreas Constantinides

Mayor of Enfield in September 2000.

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Wendy Taylor

Sculptor resident in Bow. Studied at St. Martin's School of Art. Her philosop...

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