St John's Church and the Civil War
St John's Church and the Civil War
St John's Church and the Civil War
St John's Church and the Civil War

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A relief showing a man on horseback riding into battle, framed by the shape of a pear. The trail connects Cripplegate and Pitmaston Parks, and along it are six cast plaques depicting different aspects of Worcester’s heritage.

St John's Church and the Civil War






H 30 x W 25 x D (?) cm (E)

Accession number


Acquisition method

commissioned by Worcester City Council; funded by J. Sainsbury plc

Work type



Worcester City Council


Worcester City Council

Work status


Unveiling date

September 2017


at all times

Inscription description

in the outline of the pear: ST JOHNS HERITAGE / CIVIL WAR


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Located at

Bromyard Road, Worcester


Set on the rear wall of a side building of St John-in-Bedwardine.