The blue mast-like pole has a large silver spiral form at the top. The top of the spiral has two flying doves on it. The doves are taken from the Bilston coat of arms and represent Faith.
The idea of including decorative seats and pieces of public art as part of the scheme to pedestrianise the centre of Bilston came from officers in Wolverhampton Planning Department.
In applied letters incorporated into the sign: Bilston
Related works : WMwvBIxx016
|Kate Maddison of Chrysalis Arts Ltd, None||Designer|
|Part of work||Material||Dimensions|
|Sign||Steel, natural, gold and blue||6.5m high|
PMSA recording information
|Road||Junction of High Street and Dudley Street|
|A-Z ref||31 5E|
|Date of design||1999|
|Year of unveiling||1999|
|Commissioned by||Wolverhampton Metropolitan Borough Council|
|Duty of care||Wolverhampton City Council|
|Listing status||Not listed|
|At risk?||Not at risk|