Jack and the Beanstalk Garden

Jacks' Cow
Credit: Donald McCrae
Green City Wholefood Cafe
Credit: Richard East
Green City Wholefood Cafe
Credit: Richard East
Jack's Cow at Chatelherault Country Park, 1990 - Credit: Jenn Wallace
Jack’s Cow at Chatelherault Country Park, 1990 – Credit: Jenn Wallace
Garden Festival 'zone'

Health and Wellbeing

Sponsor, if appropriate

Green City Wholefoods

Type of object

Pavilion, building or other structure

Current situation



Jack's cow was a chainsaw sculpture by Neil Shaw Finlayson, and was reportedly moved to Chatelherault Country Park after the Garden Festival. See also the related Green City Wholefood Café


  1. Jack Sloan says:

    Was indeed near the entrance to first car, park left-hand side of the main drive into Chatelherault. The site chosen as a link to children’s playground there and to the famous wild, white cattle of the Country Park. Unfortunately, it weathered badly, was vandalised and has gone.

  2. Jenn Wallace says:

    Attached is a photo of myself and my brother sitting on the cow, perhaps in 1990.

    Jack's Cow at Chatelherault Country Park, 1990 - Credit: Jenn Wallace

    1. Fantastic, Jenn – thank you so much. It’s the first image we’ve seen of it at Chatelherault.

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