Ordsall Hall was fully restored in 2011. The Time Garden is an open public space which runs along the south elevation of the hall. The piece includes performance spaces, pathways and seats, all designed in response to a creative engagement process with local people and staff at the hall.
a series of cast bronze objects give clues to the history of Ordsall Hall. Poetic words carved in stone make reference to the architectural history of the building.
Two stone bench seats frame a central performance space, they are carved with a 16th Century furniture design. Carving by sculptor Adrian Wright who worked as part of the restoration team. A partnership project with Salford MBC.