The three sculptures and Sundial sit in enclosures formed from clipped yew hedging.
The Garden is designed to allow the annual Field Day procession to pass through on a central paved pathway.
At the entrance are 6 columnar yew and The Ribchester Column.
The Column was inspired by Trajan’s Column in Rome and is decorated with images from Ribchester’s past, from the 1st-centrury to the present day.
In the central seating area is a Sundial designed to tell “Ribchester time”. It is decorated with a story told by the local Water Baliff.
Two Bath stone panels stand opposite one another either side of the central path.
Celebration of Community. The panel combines a celebration of generations of a local family that have decorated St Wilfrid’s Church with an architectural folly combining details from buildings around the village.
The Pig, the Ribber and the Devil.
The panel depicts a regional folk tale and a story from the 1970′s that is the origins of the local expression, “put the pig on the wall!”.