PGPT307, 308 and 316
Source: photographs by Sarah Cocke
These details of the ‘medieval’ wall reveal clearly Henry Trevor’s taste for designs which echo medieval ecclesiastical architecture. The shield in PGPT307 is similar to one of those in PGPT111, the emblem of the cross speaks for itself and reflects Henry Trevor’s devout belief that gardening was a godly activity, the ‘man’ is reminiscent of medieval carvings of comic people. Gunton Bros bricks have been used to create these images (see PGPT113).