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Mother and Child Fountain, Basildon Town Square
The Mother and Child Fountain

The mother and child water fountain in Town Square was designed by the Paris born sculptor Maurice Lambert R.A. and unveiled in July 1962. It was commissioned in 1959 to symbolise the growth of Basildon as a new town.

Its striking features, in revised form, were later adopted in 1974 as the symbol to represent Basildon District Council and from 2010 Basildon Borough Council.

It was designated Grade II listed status in 1998.


Photographer: James Howard
Photo: Copyright ©2013
Basildon History Online.
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