Public Art Research Archive, Sheffield
Hallam University PUBLIC ART IN SHEFFIELD
'The Mighty Oak', 1998
Grounds of Sheffield Manor, near Turret
House (A-Z p.100 3B)
A carved section of an oak tree.
There is an onsite plaque with information relating to the piece.
Sheffield Children's Festival, sponsored
by GT News, in partnership with Manor and Castle Development Trust.
Officially opened on 2nd July 1998.
An onsite plaque reads:
"Sheffield Children's Festival 1998
Young People from Manor Lodge, Park Hill, Pipworth Junior,
Prince Edward, St John's Park, St Oswald's, St Theresa's,
Waltheof and Wybourn Schools have worked with local artists
Gillian Brent, Jason Thomson, Coralie Turpin and Amanda Wray
to create Queen Mary's Chair, The Mighty Oak, The Turret Room
Ceiling, and Beheaded and Carved in Stone, in partnership with
Manor and Castle Development Trust
Supported by GT News. Flex Steel Couplings Ltd and Kvaerner"
Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned
at Sheffield Manor for some years.