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Sporting sculpture PLA01_03_0517

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Sporting sculpture PLA01_03_0517

Lords Cricket Ground, Relief Sculpture, St John's Wood, City of Westminster, Greater London. The relief sculpture of sportsmen and women outside Lord's Cricket Ground on the corner of St John's Wood Road and Wellington Road.
The sculpture by G W Bayes was unveiled in 1934. It depicts tennis players, golfers, cricketers, swimmers, oarsmen and footballers in bas-relief. The phrase Play Up Play Up and Play the Game from Henry Newbolt's 1892 poem Vitai Lampada is engraved between the figures. The sculpture is Grade II listed

Media ID 27968710

© Historic England Archive

Engraving Public Art Recreation Sculpture Sport Sports

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