McVitie’s Clock

McVities Clock
Credit: Evelyn R
Credit: Alexandra McCulloch
Credit: Alexandra McCulloch
Falmouth  - Kicking Goat
‘Kicking Goat’ feature in Kimberley Park, Falmouth, derived from a piece designed for the McViitie’s Clock. Credit: Paul Spooner, 2013)
Credit: Moira Langston
Credit: Violet Langston
Garden Festival 'zone'

Recreation and Sport

Sponsor, if appropriate

United Biscuits PLC

Type of object

Pavilion, building or other structure

Current situation



Designed by Charles Hayward, and mainly constructed by him and his son (private correspondence). Alternatively, designed by Don Gray and Paul Spooner for Saunders Design, London (Design Week, 29 April 1988). Paul Spooner's 'kicking goat' design was expanded upon and remade in several versions - one exists in Kimberley Park, Falmouth (recorded 2013). More info here.


  1. Moira Langston says:

    I have a photo of this – is a scanned copy of use?

    1. Yes please! You can email it to us (link at foot of page), if that’s easier

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