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Memorial: Mary Dunning's maze

Erection date: 2006


In memory of Mary Dunning

The maze was funded by a bequest from the late Colette Fontaine and a generous gift from the Friends of the Museum. The stone bird-bath at its centre was donated by Rose Roots, wife of the Museum’s Curator, in memory of her mother, Mary Dunning, who loved the Museum garden and its birds.

Site: Mary Dunning's maze (1 memorial)

NW4, Greyhound Hill, Church Farm House Museum

This is the only maze open to the public in North London (and the only one on LondonRemembers). In February 2011 the museum was expected to close at the end of March due to Barnet Council withdrawing funding.

We heard about this maze when Diamond Geezer posted about the museum and the photos are provided by Matt Brown at The Londonist. Mazes were flavour of the month and Matt found a few more.  2013: Londonist reports another clutch of mazes are due to arrive at your nearest underground station.

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Mary Dunning's maze

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Mary Dunning

Mother of Rose Roots, wife of the Curator of the Hendon Church Farm House Mus...

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