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A bronze figure of a young girl kneeling, offering water from a cup (now lost). The girl is said to be modelled on the daughter of the sculptor, Leonard W. Winters. His eldest daughter, Elsie, would have been about three years old at the time of its design. The sculpture was executed as part of a drinking fountain made of granite (now separated from the statue). It was erected by the Tottenham Branch of the British Women's Temperance Association, spearheaded by local resident Miss Mary Phillips.
bronze, Peterhead red & Aberdeen grey granite
H 67 x W 29 x D 29 cm;
Plinth: H 11.5 x W 30 x D 30 cm
transferred from Bruce Castle Park, 1990s (?)