The Giant’s Head can be found on the Woodland Walk. A tree had fallen, leaving a huge root ball at its base. This root ball became the Giant’s Head. The tree root was plastered with mud to make the face. Sycamore twigs were scattered through and stuck into the top of the head.
His nose was supported by metal stakes before also being formed and caked with mud. The Giant’s skin was coated in Cornish plants like Baby’s Tears, while his hair started as Montbretia. Although the ears were cemented to give them stability, a colony of bees moved into holes behind them.