Exeter Cathdral Close
2011 seven bronze and stainless steel roundals were commissioned by the Cathedral Church of St Peter in Exeter to mark points in the city and the Cathedral's history and to be set into the pathway of the newly refurbished Close.
2011 the Charter Seal was made and installed.
2013 - Three more roundals have been installed in the pathway of Exeter Cathedral Close - making four in total . The significant points marked are The Roman occupation, the image is taken from the gold coin with the Emperor Verspasian's head on it which was found under the High Street , the granting of the Cathedral Charter in 1050 - the vellum document still exists in the archive, Henry VII pardoning Cornish Rebels - The Cornish rose in rebellion against the Crown as they were being taxed to fight a war against the North of England. Henry VII had cut off the heads of the leaders including Perkin Warbeck, but then pardoned the majority and sent them home. The point where the roundal is set marks the place in the close where this took place. The small heads of the Cornish were made by Year 5 pupils at the Cathedral School July 2011.

still to come, bomb damage during WW2 and the burial site of the town upto the middle ages.

 Chapter Seal installed 2011   bronze and stainless steel 
 Exeter Cathedral 2011     
 Exeter Cathedral July 2013     
 Exeter Cathedral Close   North Door pathway 
 Roman Occupation Roundal   bronze and stainless steel 
 Henry VII roundal 1497   bronze and stainless steel 
 Cathedral Charter 1050   bronze and stainless steel