Christ Church Dial Christ Church: In 1996 David won a competition to design and make a sundial for the Pocock Garden at Christ Church, Oxford.
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Directions: View by application to the Treasurer of Christ Church, or the Porter at the main Christ Church entrance in St Aldate's.
The Minehead Dial Minehead: Commissioned to mark the Queen's Golden Jubilee, David Brown transformed the rotunda on Minehead's seafront into an analemmatic sundial.
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Directions: Cross on to the Promenade by the Railway Station at the bottom of The Avenue. Turn right and the sundial is within about 50 metres.
The U3A Dial U3A: A vertical dial commissioned by the University of the Third Age at Salisbury, was installed in St Thomas' Square to commemorate the Millennium.
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Directions: This dial can just be seen in the distance at the far end of The High Street as you emerge from the Cathedral Close via the High Street Gate. Approach the dial along the High Street and through the pedestrian passage with St Thomas's Church on your right. The slate sundial is above the first floor windows of a building now used as a Solicitors' premises.
The Wisborough Green Dial Wisborough Green: The design features the logo of the Wisborough Green Horticultural Society, which presented the dial to the village to mark the millennium.
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Directions: Wisborough Green is between Billingshurst and Petworth about 2 miles west of Billingshurst on the A 272.
The Welsey Dial The Wesley Dial: This vertical sundial was created for the opening of an eighteenth century garden at the house where Charles Wesley and his family lived from 1749 - 1771, at 4 Charles Street. David was also one of the singers in period costume who helped celebrate the opening.
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Directions: Refer to The Wesley New Room in The Horsefair, Broadmead or the website ( www.newroombristol.org.uk ) for opening times / sketch map etc.

Alternatively, on foot, from Broadmead, make your way to the back of Debenhams and cross the St James Barton roundabout to Marlborough Street by the underpass. You will find Charles Street nearby, behind the modern office block. Charles Wesley's House is Number 4, a short distance up the street on the left.

Marlborough Street / Charles Street is also very close to the Bus Station (turn right at the main entrance and cross Marlborough Street below the Hospital), and the St James Barton NCP (turn right, cross the A38 to Marlborough Street by the underpass).

The Penshurst Place Dial Penshurst Place: The dial is sited in the adventure playground and incorporates heraldic symbols of the De L'Isle family.
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Directions: Visit Penshurstplace.com for entry details. To get there, From M25 Junction 5,follow A21 to Tonbridge, leaving at HILDENBOROUGH exit; then follow brown tourist signs. From M20/M26 Junction 2a, follow A25 (Sevenoaks) and then A21 for HILDENBOROUGH, then follow brown tourist signs.
The Piles Mill Dial Piles Mill: More info coming soon.

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Parade Gardens: Design only. More info coming soon.

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Cotham Gardens: Design only. More info coming soon.

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Merchants House: Gnomon restoration only. More info coming soon.

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Eastleigh: More info coming soon.

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Horniman: More info coming soon.

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