Public Statues

Eric Liddell Bronze Statue

Eric Liddell

Eric Liddell’s passion for running was inextricably bound up with his passion for God; from even a brief study of the driving force behind this man it is clear that he ran for God. In the film Chariots of Fire, which was inspired by Eric Liddell, he says, “…when I run I feel His pleasure.” The film, featuring Ian Charleson, captured beautifully the ecstatic moment in the 1924 Olympics when Liddell, refusing to run because his event fell on a Sunday, ran at the eleventh hour in an event he had not trained for, the 400 metres.

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Gary in Bronze

Previously exhibited at the Royal Academy.
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Lord Admiral Nelson

Life size bronze statue of Lord Admiral Nelson commissioned to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar.