Above a round fountain basin stands a high-quality rococo bust of St. Sebastian, enthroned on a wooden column. In his hand he carrys an arrow - the weapon by which he was martyred. The statue comes from a lost baroque altar from the time around 1760. St. Sebastian is the patron saint of Telfs and is honoured every year on the 20th of January with a procession and a festive mass. This goes back to a promise from the plague year of 1634, in which the people of Telfs praised their guardian for his help and intercession with especial veneration.