Dr Evan Pierce himself built the 50ft column topped by his statue to mark his philanthropy as Coroner, JP, Alderman and five times Mayor of Denbigh. It also commemorates his work as a medical doctor during the cholera epidemic of 1832. Dr Pierce lived in Salisbury Place, a large house opposite, and would have been able to look at his image from his window. The garden, which was restored in 2007, is a small Victorian public garden with a formal layout and planting typical of its period. Two fountains at the entrance commemorate Victoria's Jubilee.
See www.visitdenbigh.co.uk for further details
Address: Dr Evan Pierce Memorial Garden, Vale Street, Denbigh, LL16 3BW.
Getting there - from town centre, go down Vale Street and the garden can be seen on your right hand side. Buses 51, 52 to Denbigh.