Facilitators & Supporters



Through the Doorway to Healthy Living

- a local not for profit community health organisation - facilitated the creation of the Sculpture Walk.


For further info. about Through the Doorway to Healthy Living, email Anne Seymour on:


The project was managed by Peter Dunhill



The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) enables communities to celebrate, look after and learn more about our diverse heritage. The Fund provided £50,000 which made the Sculpture Walk possible. To visit the HLF website, click here


Shrewsbury & Atcham Borough Council gave permission to site the sculptures on their land, the planning of the Walk was assisted Council staff, Mike Stokes and Dominic Wallis, and the Council will maintain the Walk. 



SureStart Shrewsbury is a Government funded programme that works to improve the quality of life for children from before birth through to 4 years of age and their families. The 35 pavement waymarkers were sponsored by SureStart. 



JDM Accord installed the sculptures.

Allmarks installed the 35 pavement waymarkers.



Special thanks go to Ibstock Brick Limited for clay, help and expertise on the King's Table.  


Sarah Honnor of Outpost Design + Visual Communication produced the waymarkers and the graphic design for the All the Kings Men logo, leaflets, posters and images used on this website.  

Sarah Honnor - Outpost Design + Visual Communication
12 Havelock Road Belle Vue,
Shrewsbury SY3 7NE

01743 240160



Through the Doorway to Healthy Living
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