Regent's Park, Gloucester Gate

LocationOn the north side of Gloucester Gate just west of the junction with Albany Street.
InscriptionSAINT PANCRAS
MIDDLESEX
THIS FOUNTAIN
AND WORKS CONNECTED THEREWITH
WERE PRESENTED TO THE METROPOLITAN
DRINKING FOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION ON
THE 3RD DAY OF AUGUST 1878 BY
MATILDA
RICHARD KENT ESQ.
JUNIOR CHURCHWARDEN 1878
THE FIGURE NOW CAST IN BRONZE
WAS DESIGNED BY JOSEPH DURHAM A.R.A
MDCCCLXXVIII
MDFCTA number0152
Type and sizeFountain and dog trough
Original locationRailings of Regents Park
Date erectedSeptember 1878
CommentsThe "Matilda" fountain. Gloucester Gate No 2 Regents Park. The gift of Mrs R Kent. Cost 200.0.0. . Bronze statue of a milkmaid looking towards the Park with right hand raised to shield eyes, left holding a pail, astride rocky granite grotto having to the left a water jet.