PGPT232 and PGPT233
Date: February 2009
Source: photograph by volunteer
These 2 photographs show a further stage of the work being carried out in PGPT092/3.
The retaining wall in the south west corner of the main lawn was restored by building an inner skin of breeze blocks, then adding a facing built in ‘Trevoresque’ style using the many fancy bricks which had been gathered from around the garden and stored in the shed since 1980. As described in PGPT211, all the builders who have worked on restorations have become enthusiastic about examining original walls and adapting ideas from them.