This is made of local granite and was erected to commemorate the Jubilee of Queen Victoria. Carry on walking down The Green back to the Leicester Road and then turn left. In front of you, across the road, is the baptist witness. This has been in the village for 200 years, the present Chapel bearing the date 1879. Now turn left into the Castle park. Walking through the gardens you will see the statue of a Knight which is the work of the former local sculptor, Mike Grevatte. The footpath continues, over a stile, up to Castle Hill, however, this part of the trail is not suitable for wheelchairs and is very steep and rocky. (If you choose not to take this part of the trail, then walk back out onto the Leicester Road, turn left, and continue along to the Buttermarket)..