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A lot of preparation work going on, including complete replacement of the very corroded girders the support the floor. We should remember all this behind the scenes work when we celebrate the reopening.
The retaining wall for the eastern beds is nearly completed Meanwhile there’s clearance under way at the west end as well.
Splendid, the path along the river is now open again as you can see with the Warwickshire Pride festival getting going in the background here
Gardens restoration evidently demands a lot of labour (dominantly male so far), but there is some impressive equipment to see close up. Earlier on the paths were stripped by a complicated gadget, and today (August 16th) the new asphalt is … Continue reading
He offered to let me have a go, but I politely declined… We can appreciate this effort in years to come when it’s all finished.
There’s been plenty of taking down and digging up, and much more to come, but it’s good to see something being built at last, in this case the kerbing for the paths.. Fabulous cones on the tree behind.
A great selection of paintings from the Pump Room Gardens and nearby is now displayed on the boundary fencing. Meanwhile, on Saturday 21st July the stones from the retaining wall to the flower beds are laid out ready for reconstruction. … Continue reading
A bigger job than one might think: the walls facing The Parade were in a bad way, and the stones seem to have a mixed history. The guys at work have promised to carefully look after the plaque…..
Amazing scale of machinery just for some garden paths (!)