|Location||North end of Coronation Park. West side of Laughton Road just south of the corner with Plantation Avenue.|
|Side inscription||ERECTED IN|
MEMORY OF S.G.GURNHILL BY A.G.
|Type and size||Trough 1d 9ft 6in granolithic (fountain head missing)|
|Original location||Yorkshire. Dinnington|
|Date erected||5 June 1914|
|Comments||Gift of Miss A Gurnhill cost £32.18.8. Samuel George Gurnhill was born in 1870. The trough was possibly commissioned by his aunt Ann after his death. His father, Samuel Gurnhill had a farm on Church Lane Dinnington in 1891 when he was 59 years old and originated from Gringley on the Hill, Gainsborough where Samuel George was born. Samuel George married Gertrude Rollitt from Letwell in 1905. Samuel George died in 1913 aged 44 years. The trough used to stand in Falcon Square and may have gone to a farmyard before being re-sited in Coronation Park.|