Pierce Memorial Garden 2622

Denbigh, Wales

Brief Description

The Pierce Memorial Garden is a small late-19th-century garden, recently restored, made as a setting to a memorial column for a local doctor. It was originally planted mainly with conifers.

History

The garden was opened in 1874 in recognition of Dr Evan Pierce's services to the community, especially during the cholera epidemic of 1832. It has recently been restored with grant aid from the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Welsh Assembly Government. It was opened to the public again in 2007.

Visitor Facilities

The site is open daily as a public park from 10am to 6pm or dusk, if earlier.
Features
  • Column
  • Description: Memorial column surmounted by a statue of Dr Evan Pierce
  • Fountain
  • Description: Two cast iron fountains that were donated to the garden by Dr Pierce on Queen Victoria's golden jubilee.
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The site is open daily as a public park from 10am to 6pm or dusk, if earlier.
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