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This list comprises works of public art on permanent display in an outdoor public space in the county of Surrey, England. UK. For brevity this does not include markers and milestones, parts of buildings or ornamental features to main bridges, stained glass and other artistic works attached to places of worship. Art at Brookwood cemetery, the UK's most populous, are not listed here as its land is open to those paying their respects but private.

Indoor artworks are excluded from this list, including in the county's 11 district halls, at its University, schools and colleges, community halls and in the art museums and galleries in Surrey category. Community project millennial tapestries and embroideries are on public display in visitor centres at Dunsfold, Holmbury St Mary and Sunbury-on-Thames. Clock towers (including clock housings on metal posts) are excluded from the list such as in Abinger Hammer (although its colourful blacksmith sculpture striking a bell overhangs a public road), Bisley, Cobham, Epsom, and Sunbury. Wikipedia's list of Grade I listed buildings in Surrey is a government-backed list of the top historical and architectural structures and ruins including the somewhat intact castles: Farnham, Guildford and Reigate. Moved architecture/relics such as part of the Leptis Magna (Roman city) ruins and some fountains have been included, lacking practical purposes.

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BurphamEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  The Sutherland Circle Sutherland Memorial Park 2017 Steve Tomlinson 51°15′39″N 0°32′51″W / 51.26083°N 0.54750°W / 51.26083; -0.54750

CamberleyEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
Into Our First World Surrey Heath House, Camberley 1993 Ken Ford [1] 51°20′21″N 0°44′35″W / 51.33917°N 0.74306°W / 51.33917; -0.74306
  The Tambourine Girls (three women dancing) London Road 1989 Charlotte Randall [2][3] 51°20′5″N 0°45′50″W / 51.33472°N 0.76389°W / 51.33472; -0.76389
  The Right Way (two metal figures, aloft, pointing to two directions) Park Street and Obelisk Way 2009 Rick Kirby [4]
  Trollope and Colls White Elephant London Road 1963/1964 Barbara Jones [5] 51°19′59″N 0°46′15″W / 51.33306°N 0.77083°W / 51.33306; -0.77083

ChobhamEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Chobham Cannon As above 1979 (replaced an earlier cannon of 1901) Local workers [6] 51°20′52″N 0°36′09″W / 51.3478°N 0.60256°W / 51.3478; -0.60256
  Queen Victoria Monument Beside Windsor Road, Chobham Common 1901 [7] 51°22′51″N 0°36′52″W / 51.3809°N 0.6144°W / 51.3809; -0.6144

CranleighEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Obelisk Horsham Road and Ewhurst Road, Cranleigh 1794 Jacob Ellery [8] 51°08′27″N 0°29′07″W / 51.1408°N 0.4852°W / 51.1408; -0.4852

DorkingEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Cockerel Deepdene Roundabout, Dorking 2007 51°14′08″N 0°19′21″W / 51.2356°N 0.3224°W / 51.2356; -0.3224
  Ralph Vaughan Williams, composer Outside Dorking Halls, Reigate Road 2001 William Fawke [9] 51°14′05″N 0°19′33″W / 51.2348°N 0.3258°W / 51.2348; -0.3258
  Thomas Cubitt, MP and philanthropist Opposite Dorking Halls, Reigate Road 2000 William Fawke [9] 51°14′06″N 0°19′33″W / 51.2350°N 0.3258°W / 51.2350; -0.3258
  2012 Cyclist Sculpture for the Olympic Road Race Pixham End roundabout 2012 Heather Burrell [10] 51°14′41″N 0°19′28″W / 51.24472°N 0.32444°W / 51.24472; -0.32444

East and West HorsleyEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
Dancing Gypsy Nomad Theatre, East Horsley Faith Brook [11]

Epsom and EwellEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  'Dog Gate' (three oversized animals aloft around and above a public hall gate) London Road and Spring Street, Ewell c. 1795 Thomas Hercey Barritt [12] 51°21′01″N 0°15′01″W / 51.35033°N 0.25027°W / 51.35033; -0.25027
  Evocation of Speed
Diomed and Galileo (horses)
Derby Square, Epsom 2001 Judy Boyt [13] 51°20′3″N 0°15′57″W / 51.33417°N 0.26583°W / 51.33417; -0.26583
  John Gilpin as Spectre de la Rose Outside Epsom Playhouse 1999 Tom Merrifield [14] 51°19′53″N 0°16′12″W / 51.33139°N 0.27000°W / 51.33139; -0.27000

EsherEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Britannia (Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Memorial) Esher High Street, in the town centre 1897 Francis John Williamson [15] 51°22′09″N 0°21′57″W / 51.3691°N 0.3659°W / 51.3691; -0.3659
  Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee fountain Esher High Street 1877 [16] 51°22′8″N 0°21′54″W / 51.36889°N 0.36500°W / 51.36889; -0.36500

FrimleyEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Our Lady of Consolation Outside Our Lady Queen of Heaven Church, Frimley 1940 John Francis Kavanagh

GuildfordEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Guildford and Freiburg im Breisgau coats of arms mosaic Under Tunsgate Arch, Guildford 1994 [17] 51°14′09″N 0°34′20″W / 51.2357°N 0.5722°W / 51.2357; -0.5722
  Alice and the White Rabbit Guildford Riverside 1984 Edwin Russell [18] 51°14′4″N 0°34′36″W / 51.23444°N 0.57667°W / 51.23444; -0.57667
  Alice through the looking glass Guildford Castle grounds 1990 Jeanne Argent [19] 51°14′00″N 0°34′19″W / 51.23333°N 0.57194°W / 51.23333; -0.57194
  One Man and his Dog Eastgate courtyard 1990 Edwin Russell [20] 51°14′15″N 0°34′3″W / 51.23750°N 0.56750°W / 51.23750; -0.56750
  The Surrey Scholar bottom of High Street 2002 Allan Sly [11][20]
Vane II Electric Theatre forecourt 1997/1998 Lucien Simon [20]
  Masquerade Electric Theatre Forecourt 2005 Allan Sly [21]
Rhythm Blue under Electric Theatre bridge Peter Freeman [11]
  Totem Sculptures Onslow Arboretum Mary Branson [11]
5 sculptures Queen Elizabeth Park Sue Fenton-Jones [11]
Lido Tree Sculpture Stoke cross-roads Ruth Wheeler [11]
  Rising Stars outside the Odeon Steve Geliot [11]
  George Abbot Sculpture at the top of the High Street 1993 Faith Winter [20]
  Height Barrier access to Woodbridge Meadows car park Richard Farringdon [11]
Mosaic outside Debenhams Martin Cheek [11]
Reeds Millmead Island Ruth Wheeler [11]
George Abbot Sculpture Garden George Abbot School Russell Jakubowski [11]
Abstracts of Guildford Guildford Spectrum Gerry Baptist [11]
  The Dancers outside Baker Tilly on the Boxgrove Crossroads roundabout Jane Jones [11] 51°14′56″N 0°33′12″W / 51.24889°N 0.55333°W / 51.24889; -0.55333
  Benches at Millmead Lock Millmead Island Johny Woodford [11]
  The Bargeman the Wharf 2003 Utopia Forge [20]
Sculpture and five bronze tablets Tunsgate 1989 Martin Jennings with poet Matt Black [20]
Unknown (dancing figures) Youth & Community Centre at Haydon Place [11]
  Out of the Block/Head Quaker’s Acre off North Street 1996 Janine Creaye [20]
The Way Markers Shalford Meadows and Artington Park & Ride Mary Anstee Parry [11]
Millennium Sundial Millmead Gardens Joanna Migdal [11]
  Central Growth Building on Market Street Andrew Kay [11] 51°14′10.53″N 0°34′22.03″W / 51.2362583°N 0.5727861°W / 51.2362583; -0.5727861
Weybourne House gates and railings Masonic Centre Utopia Forge [11]
  Poem Side of Premier Inn at Stoke Crossroads [11]
  Railings Onslow Street Julian Coode [11]
  Astrolabe Guildford House Gallery courtyard Richard Quinnell [11]
Railing Oxford Terrace [11]
Painted Mural [11]
  Stained Glass Boots on Swan Lane Catrin Jones [11] 51°14′08.82″N 0°34′27.65″W / 51.2357833°N 0.5743472°W / 51.2357833; -0.5743472
Farm Talk Artington Park & Ride Caroline Jackman and Jo Wood [11]
  Seeds of Hope Seeds of Hope Children’s Garden at the Cathedral Christine Charlesworth [11]
  White knight on a white horse outside former White Horse Hotel, High Street [22] 51°14′15″N 0°34′0″W / 51.23750°N 0.56667°W / 51.23750; -0.56667
  Virtual Fountain Printing House Square, Guildford 2012 Charlie Carter [23]
  Stone Obelisk The Priestley Centre, Surrey Research Park 51°14′19″N 0°36′48″W / 51.23861°N 0.61333°W / 51.23861; -0.61333
  Jabberwocky Allen Pavilion Garden 2009? [24] 51°14′19″N 0°34′7″W / 51.23861°N 0.56861°W / 51.23861; -0.56861
  Silver Shoon Woodbridge Meadows 2016 Charles Normandale [25] 51°14′48″N 0°34′53″W / 51.24667°N 0.58139°W / 51.24667; -0.58139
  Golden Pollen Woodbridge Meadows Tom Smith [25] 51°14′48″N 0°34′53″W / 51.24667°N 0.58139°W / 51.24667; -0.58139
Cedar Outside G Live 51°14′18″N 0°33′58″W / 51.23833°N 0.56611°W / 51.23833; -0.56611
  Juno the Torch Relay Legacy Outside G Live 2012 Ian Campbell-Briggs [25] 51°14′17″N 0°33′59″W / 51.23806°N 0.56639°W / 51.23806; -0.56639

University of SurreyEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  All the Gang Are Here University of Surrey campus 2007 Carol Orwin [26]
  Geodesic Dome University of Surrey campus 1982 Based on an original by Buckminster Fuller [26] 51°14′36″N 0°35′14″W / 51.24333°N 0.58722°W / 51.24333; -0.58722
  Spine 3 University of Surrey campus 2004 Diane Maclean [26] 51°14′36″N 0°35′13″W / 51.24333°N 0.58694°W / 51.24333; -0.58694
  Alan Turing On the Piazza, University of Surrey campus 2004 John W. Mills [26]
  The Surrey Stag Entrance to the University of Surrey campus 2009 Allan Sly [26] 51°14′29″N 0°35′43″W / 51.24139°N 0.59528°W / 51.24139; -0.59528
  Knife Birds In front of the School of Management Building, University of Surrey campus 2004 Bridget McCrum [26]
  Narcissus University of Surrey campus William Pye [26] 51°14′34″N 0°35′18″W / 51.24278°N 0.58833°W / 51.24278; -0.58833
  Thinking Of My Future Behind Senate House, in the amphitheatre, University of Surrey campus 2010 Christopher Chipfuya [26]
  Mural Outside of the Lecture Theatre Block, University of Surrey campus 1980 Duncan Newton [26]
  Ceramic mural Outside of the Students’ Union, University of Surrey campus Students at the Roehampton Institute Art Department [26]
  Walkways above Spine Road, University of Surrey campus 1996 Peter Jeffery [26]
  Spiral in front of Postgraduate Medical School, Manor Park Campus, University of Surrey Bridget McCrum [26] 51°14′21″N 0°36′45″W / 51.23917°N 0.61250°W / 51.23917; -0.61250
  Triple Ripple Manor Park Campus, University of Surrey 2008 Diane Maclean [26] 51°14′20″N 0°36′25″W / 51.23889°N 0.60694°W / 51.23889; -0.60694
  Acrobat Foyer of Austin Pearce Building, University of Surrey Natalie Staniforth [26]
  Fish Outside Senate House Daren Greenhow [26]
  Fish Outside Senate House Daren Greenhow [26]
  Fish Outside the Library Daren Greenhow [26]
  Charmer Performing Arts technology studios 2011 Jon Edgar [26]

MoleseyEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Eights Tree by River Thames / Tagg's Island, Molesey 2001 Ray Smith [27] 51°24′27″N 0°21′6″W / 51.40750°N 0.35167°W / 51.40750; -0.35167
Molesey Jubilee Drinking Fountain Wolsey Road and Bridge Road, Molesey 1887 (redesigned for the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, 2012) [28] 51°24′6″N 0°20′46″W / 51.40167°N 0.34611°W / 51.40167; -0.34611

Reigate and RedhillEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Inglis Memorial
Lieutenant Colonel Sir Robert William Inglis VC
Colley Hill, Reigate 1909 [29] 51°15′13″N 0°12′35″W / 51.25361°N 0.20972°W / 51.25361; -0.20972
  Park Hill Monument Reigate Hill, Reigate 1920 [30] 51°13′48″N 0°12′35″W / 51.23000°N 0.20972°W / 51.23000; -0.20972
  Margot Fonteyn, ballet dancer, prima ballerina outside Watson House, London Road, Reigate 1980 Nathan David [31] 51°14′26″N 0°12′19″W / 51.24056°N 0.20528°W / 51.24056; -0.20528
Redland brick knot esure, Reigate [32] 51°14′18″N 0°12′9″W / 51.23833°N 0.20250°W / 51.23833; -0.20250

RunnymedeEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Magna Carta Memorial On Cooper's Hill, Runnymede 1957 Edward Maufe [33] 51°26′40″N 0°33′58″W / 51.4445°N 0.566°W / 51.4445; -0.566
  John F. Kennedy memorial On Cooper's Hill, Runnymede 1965 Geoffrey Jellicoe [34] 51°26′41″N 0°34′07″W / 51.4447°N 0.5687°W / 51.4447; -0.5687
  Commonwealth Air Forces Memorial On Cooper's Hill, Runnymede 1953 Edward Maufe 51°26′16″N 0°33′54″W / 51.4378°N 0.565°W / 51.4378; -0.565
bronze statue of Queen Elizabeth II on octagonal stone base Runnymede Pleasure Ground 2015 James Butler [35]

Staines-upon-ThamesEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Spelthorne coat of arms mosaic High Street, middle of pedestrianised section 2002 Gary Drostle [36] 51°26′03″N 0°30′37″W / 51.4343°N 0.5104°W / 51.4343; -0.5104
  Gateway mosaic panels High Street, middle of pedestrianised section 2002 Gary Drostle [36] 51°26′05″N 0°30′33″W / 51.4348°N 0.5093°W / 51.4348; -0.5093
  Release Every Pattern (Linoleum Workers) High Street, west end David Annand [37] 51°26′02″N 0°30′44″W / 51.4338°N 0.5121°W / 51.4338; -0.5121
  The Swanmaster Fairfield Avenue, Staines Diane Thomson [38] 51°26′11″N 0°30′25″W / 51.43639°N 0.50694°W / 51.43639; -0.50694
  The Swan Arches Entrances to Memorial Gardens Anthony and Simon Robinson, and pupils from Kingscroft Junior School (now Riverbridge Primary School) [39] 51°25′58″N 0°30′50″W / 51.4329°N 0.51402°W / 51.4329; -0.51402
  Water Nymph statues Memorial Gardens 1980 (moved here 2006) David Wynne [39] 51°25′58″N 0°30′51″W / 51.4327°N 0.51405°W / 51.4327; -0.51405
  Origami swans Memorial Gardens 2002 Tom Brown [40] 51°25′57″N 0°30′50″W / 51.43251°N 0.5139°W / 51.43251; -0.5139
  London Stone (riparian) (replica) Memorial Gardens [39] 51°25′57″N 0°30′51″W / 51.43255°N 0.51418°W / 51.43255; -0.51418
  The River Guardian (Heron) At confluence of River Colne with River Thames, near Staines Bridge Simon Buchanan [39][37] 51°25′59″N 0°30′56″W / 51.43295°N 0.51546°W / 51.43295; -0.51546
  Pound Mill Sculpture Wraysbury Road, Staines John Atkin [39] 51°26′09″N 0°30′55″W / 51.4359°N 0.51515°W / 51.4359; -0.51515
  Memorial to British European Airways Flight 548 Waters Drive Recreation Ground 2012 [41] 51°26′18″N 0°30′44″W / 51.43823°N 0.5123°W / 51.43823; -0.5123
  Water Sprites (combined hominid forms tapering above, exceeding head-height) Two Rivers Shopping and Entertainment Centre David Backhouse [37]
  Time Continuum (sundial) Two Rivers Shopping and Entertainment Centre David Backhouse [37]

Sunbury-on-ThamesEdit

Virginia WaterEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Totem Pole (very tall pole, carved) In Windsor Great Park, near Virginia Water Lake (north side) 1958 Mungo Martin [46] 51°25′01″N 0°35′30″W / 51.41694°N 0.59167°W / 51.41694; -0.59167
  Leptis Magna Ruins (tall columns and some architraves) As above (south side) c. 1st century BC (placed here 1816) [36] 51°24′31″N 0°36′00″W / 51.40861°N 0.60000°W / 51.40861; -0.60000
  Cumberland Obelisk / Prince William, Duke of Cumberland Obelisk Pond, Windsor Great Park commissioned 1765 [47][48][49] 51°25′29″N 0°35′51″W / 51.42472°N 0.59750°W / 51.42472; -0.59750

WarlinghamEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Warlingham War Memorial Warlingham Green 4 December 1921 J E Taylorsen [50] 51°18′35″N 0°03′21″W / 51.30965°N 0.05586°W / 51.30965; -0.05586

WeybridgeEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  York Column (The Monument). Stood at Seven Dials, London until 1822. Edward Piece 1697 [51]


WokingEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  Martian tripod (aloft on slender, angular legs) Church Street East, Woking 1998 Michael Condron [52] 51°19′14″N 0°33′25″W / 51.32056°N 0.55694°W / 51.32056; -0.55694
Martian cylinder Church Street East, Woking 1998 Michael Condron 51°19′14″N 0°33′25″W / 51.32056°N 0.55694°W / 51.32056; -0.55694
  Hawker Hunter Church Street East, outside the Big Apple leisure complex 1996, Removed July 2018 [53] 51°19′13″N 0°33′23″W / 51.32028°N 0.55639°W / 51.32028; -0.55639
  Exchanging Luminance Outside of The Lightbox 2010 Richard Jackson [54] 51°19′17″N 0°33′34″W / 51.32139°N 0.55944°W / 51.32139; -0.55944
  Lakers Life Outside of the Lightbox 2014 only? Jono Retallick, George Otto, Rib Davis, Lakers Youth Centre [55] 51°19′17″N 0°33′34″W / 51.32139°N 0.55944°W / 51.32139; -0.55944
  Plaza, Orion Gate, Guildford Road Orion Gate (columns) 51°18′58″N 0°33′38″W / 51.31611°N 0.56056°W / 51.31611; -0.56056
  Pegasus (tall winged horse, rearing up high) Brewery Road 2009 Tree Pirates [56] 51°19′19″N 0°33′38″W / 51.32194°N 0.56056°W / 51.32194; -0.56056
bronze statue of Sir Alec Bedser bowling next to Bedser Bridge 2015 Allan Sly [57] 51°19′17″N 0°33′36″W / 51.32139°N 0.56000°W / 51.32139; -0.56000
bronze statue of Eric Bedser batting next to Bedser Bridge 2015 Allan Sly [57] 51°19′17″N 0°33′36″W / 51.32139°N 0.56000°W / 51.32139; -0.56000

War memorialsEdit

Image Subject Location Date Sculptor/Artist Source Coordinates
  War Memorial Ash Hill Road, Ash, Surrey 1921 Harold Falkner [58] 51°15′16.81″N 0°42′56.84″W / 51.2546694°N 0.7157889°W / 51.2546694; -0.7157889
  Ashford War Memorial Church Road and Fordbridge Road, Ashford 1920s [59] 51°25′58″N 0°27′43″W / 51.4328°N 0.462°W / 51.4328; -0.462
  Banstead War Memorial Banstead High Street, Park Road and Sutton Lane, Banstead 5 June 1921 Local residents [60] 51°19′29″N 0°11′41″W / 51.3246°N 0.1948°W / 51.3246; -0.1948
  Bisley War Memorial Guildford Road and Church Lane, Bisley 25 September 1921 [61] 51°19′38″N 0°38′20″W / 51.3273°N 0.6388°W / 51.3273; -0.6388
  Burpham War Memorial Churchyard of St Marks, Burpham Lane, Burpham 22 August 1920 [62]
  Chertsey War Memorial Windsor Street, Chertsey, outside the parish church of St. Peter 1920s Joseph Whitehead and Sons [63] 51°23′32″N 0°30′13″W / 51.3922°N 0.5036°W / 51.3922; -0.5036
  Chipstead War Memorial Church Green, Star Lane, Hooley, near Chipstead, opposite St. Margaret's Church 1920s [64] 51°17′32″N 0°09′42″W / 51.2923°N 0.1617°W / 51.2923; -0.1617
  Chobham War Memorial High Street, Chobham and Cannon Crescent [65] 51°20′52″N 0°36′09″W / 51.3479°N 0.60255°W / 51.3479; -0.60255
  Cranleigh War Memorial High Street 5 December 1920 [66] 51°08′31″N 0°29′30″W / 51.1419°N 0.4916°W / 51.1419; -0.4916
  Dorking War Memorial South Street 17 July 1921 [67] 51°13′51″N 0°20′03″W / 51.2307°N 0.3342°W / 51.2307; -0.3342
Epsom War Memorial Ashley Road and Treadwell Road 1921 Aston Webb [68] 51°19′16″N 0°15′36″W / 51.32111°N 0.26000°W / 51.32111; -0.26000
  Esher War Memorial On Esher Green [69] 51°22′15″N 0°22′00″W / 51.3709°N 0.3667°W / 51.3709; -0.3667
  Guildford War Memorial Grounds of Guildford Castle 6 November 1921 [70] 51°14′3″N 0°34′18″W / 51.23417°N 0.57167°W / 51.23417; -0.57167
  Post WW2 Guildford War Memorial Grounds of Guildford Castle 30 September 2018 David Annand [71] 51°14′2″N 0°34′18″W / 51.23389°N 0.57167°W / 51.23389; -0.57167
  Haslemere War Memorial Haslemere town centre 1920s [72] 51°05′16″N 0°42′34″W / 51.0878°N 0.7094°W / 51.0878; -0.7094
  Laleham War Memorial Broadway and Shepperton Road, Laleham 1920s [73] 51°24′33″N 0°29′25″W / 51.4093°N 0.4903°W / 51.4093; -0.4903
  Leatherhead War Memorial North Street, Leatherhead 1920s [74] 51°17′45″N 0°19′50″W / 51.29591°N 0.33052°W / 51.29591; -0.33052
  Molesey War Memorial by River Thames towpath and Hurst Road [75] 51°24′16″N 0°20′45″W / 51.40444°N 0.34583°W / 51.40444; -0.34583
Oxted War Memorial Church Lane, near to Station Road West [76] 51°15′25″N 0°0′27″W / 51.25694°N 0.00750°W / 51.25694; -0.00750
  Reigate War Memorial Alma Road, near St. Mark's Church, Reigate 1920s Hicks and Charlewood [77] 51°14′36″N 0°12′10″W / 51.24333°N 0.20278°W / 51.24333; -0.20278
  Redhill War Memorial Shaw's Corner, Redhill, near St Paul's Reformed Church 1923 Richard Reginald Goulden [78] 51°14′15″N 0°10′55″W / 51.23750°N 0.18194°W / 51.23750; -0.18194
  Shepperton War Memorial Russell Road roundabout, Shepperton 1921 [79] 51°23′28″N 0°27′0″W / 51.39111°N 0.45000°W / 51.39111; -0.45000
  Staines War Memorial Square by Old Town Hall 1920s [80][39] 51°26′00″N 0°30′51″W / 51.43335°N 0.51415°W / 51.43335; -0.51415
  Sunbury War Memorial Green Street 1920s [81] 51°24′41″N 0°25′03″W / 51.4115°N 0.4175°W / 51.4115; -0.4175
  Walton War Memorial High Street, Ashley Road and New Zealand Avenue [82] 51°23′02″N 0°25′03″W / 51.3840°N 0.4175°W / 51.3840; -0.4175
  Weybridge War Memorial Queens Road and Hanger Hill 1920s [83] 51°22′15″N 0°27′05″W / 51.3709°N 0.4513°W / 51.3709; -0.4513
  Woking War Memorial Jubilee Square. Originally at Sparrow Park. 1920s [84] 51°19′12″N 0°33′31″W / 51.32000°N 0.55861°W / 51.32000; -0.55861

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sculptures Surrey Heath BC
  2. ^ Public art in Surrey Heath, and a bit of a mystery Lightwater community wordpress website
  3. ^ "...these ladies dance?" Camberley Observed website
  4. ^ "Public Art shows Camberley is 'The Right Way' to go" Archived 2014-08-12 at the Wayback Machine Surrey Heath BC
  5. ^ "Where do elephants dance" Camberleyobserved blog
  6. ^ Chobham Cannon geograph.org.uk
  7. ^ Chobham Common History chobham.info
  8. ^ Obelisk, Cranleigh britishlistedbuildings.co.uk
  9. ^ a b "About" Dorking Halls - dorkinghalls.co.uk
  10. ^ Olympic Cyclist Artist: Heather Burrell (heatherburrell.co.uk)
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa Appendix B: Public art Guildford BC
  12. ^ Garbrand Hall – A History Local History Society epsomandewellhistoryexplorer.org.uk
  13. ^ "Behind The Scenes in Epsom: Unveiled at last – tribute to town's link with Classic." The Free Library thefreelibrary.com
  14. ^ John Gilpin as Spectre de la Rose Archived 2015-09-24 at the Wayback Machine Epsom and Ewell BC
  15. ^ Diamond Jubilee Memorial by Francis John Williamson Victorian History Society - victorianweb.org
  16. ^ Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee (fountain) londonbygaslight blog
  17. ^ Guildford and Freiburg im Breisgau coats of arms mosaic Open Plaques civic heraldry society - openplaques.org
  18. ^ Alice and the White Rabbit statue Surrey Life Magazine - surreylife.co.uk
  19. ^ Alice Through the Looking Glass Looking at Glass - lookingatglass.com
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