Description: Statue Approximately 60 Metres South East of Harrowden Hall
Date Listed: 26 May 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 233420
OS Grid Reference: SP8825870820
OS Grid Coordinates: 488258, 270820
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3284, -0.7063
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GREAT HARROWDEN THE SLIPS
SP8870 (North side)
14/140 Statue approx. 60m. SE of
26/05/81 Harrowden Hall
(Formerly listed as Statue
group on pedestal of Hercules
Statue. Early C18 by John Van Nost. Limestone ashlar panelled plinth with lead
statue of wrestling figures said to be Hercules and Cacus based on a design now
in the Victoria and Albert Museum. Forms part of formal layout with statues
approx. 30 metres north-east (q.v.) and south-east (q.v.), statue plinth approx.
60 metres north-east (q.v.), gate, gatepiers, railings, walls and attached
summer house, extending to approx. 300 metres north, south and east of Harrowden
Hall (q.v.), gates, gatepiers and railings approx. 300 metres east (q.v.) and
steps 10 metres east of Harrowden Hall (q.v.) and Harrowden Hall (q.v.).
(The gardens and park are included in the HBMC County Register of Gardens at
Listing NGR: SP8825870820
Source: English Heritage
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