The brick paths are constructed from multi-coloured clay paviors in the shape of a three bladed feather propeller, with the rings in the middle representing an R.A.F. roundel. Many of the bricks bear inscriptions of family names, births, deaths, famous events, poetic and literary quotations, ships launched from Woolston and names of local businesses, all providing a snapshot of Woolston at the end of the Millennium.
The names of Woolston people who survived or were lost on R.M.S. Titanic can be seen on the blue paviors in the outer curved pattern either side of the feather sculpture. This will be of particular interest to many people next year, as the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic falls on 15th April 2012.