Posted by on Nov 29, 2014 in 2001–2009 | No Comments

Date: c 2002
Source: photograph by volunteer

From the early days of restoration of the garden the PGPT volunteer guides have taken groups around the garden talking about its history and significance. The letter shown in PGPT414 illustrates the appreciation felt by many visitors.
On special occasions, such as the Queen’s Jubilee, or for children’s groups, the guides have adopted Victorian style costume.
The rustic bridge is a favourite spot for taking a photograph of the view to the south (cf PGPT403), although here the guide is pointing north, probably to the monkey puzzle tree planted just north of the bridge.