Easton Labyrinth & Peace Garden

Easton Labyrinth & Peace Garden
Attractions | Stamford
Easton Labyrinth and Peace Garden is an innovative place of peace, contemplation and reflection for everyone. Situated within the award-winning churchyard of the beautiful historic church of All Saints and just off the Jurassic Way, it is a free and fascinating destination, along with the nearby Priest's House. The Peace Garden features a focal point sculpture by local artist Michael Moralee called 'Honouring Life' and interpretation boards tell visitors more about the historic Grade 1 listed church, the conservation area in the churchyard, and the Peace Garden and Labyrinth.
All Saints Church
Church St Easton on the Hill
Stamford
PE9 3LL
www.eastonlabyrinth.co.uk
07803 050108

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All Saints Church
Church St Easton on the Hill
Stamford
PE9 3LL
www.eastonlabyrinth.co.uk
07803 050108

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