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A rebuild of a 200 year old garden wall that had collapsed. The wall is built using Shaftesbury Green stone.
We have rebuilt a large section of very old parkland wall that had collapsed in the road. The stone is Forest marble that much of the Blackmore vale is built of. It is also the same type of stone that is used in the Cotswolds
We have restored and extended existing dry stone walls to create a sunken terrace with steps leading through the walls to the lawns. The stone used is reclaimed local Chilmark.
Repairs and new dry stone walls and terracing using a blend of forest marble and white lias stone. This is work being carried out in memory of an old friend, dearly departed as a gift.
Restoring a small village garden. Installing a new boundary fence, thinning of overgrown trees and shrubs. New lawn and edging along with a restored kitchen garden.
Constructing dry stone effect walls in a newly commissioned Italianate garden. A fountain is being constructed with dry stone effect wings and walls with recessed lighting to light up the steps. We are using French Burgundy Limestone.