Source: photograph by volunteer
The ‘window’ folly is a good example of Henry Trevor’s liking for the medieval style in the decoration of his garden. In PGPT061/2 this feature can be seen as it appeared in the 1930s. The restoration in the 1990s was not able to make use of the 1930s photograph and a central pillar was added to give support instead of the original buttresses on either side. For the ‘angel’ sculpture on the right see PGPT399.