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simuk

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Have been working on the garden for the last couple of months. And a lot of blood sweat & tears has gone into getting it to look like this.







Everything in these pictures of the garden are new apart from the girl had her for few years now :) , oh and the two brick walls either side

Simon
 

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Very nice sim, That wood wall bit is a great idea and really works!
 

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Looks great.

Presumably you have leveled the area and built the steps up to the entrance of where the new workshop will go?!? :wink:
 

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Nice - are they lights set into the wall ?

And nice to see you have put some drainage in as well,to make it useable as well (where does the water go from there?)

Andrew
 

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Simon, very nice. It is nice to see wood used for something other than decking

Is it wood panelling in front of a brick wall. What wood did you use and what is the finish?

Andy
your garden looks superb



Andy
 

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Excellent piece of work. A credit to you. Well done Simon. The girl? Another feather in your cap there son.

Cheers, Sliv. :D 8)
 

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Hello all, sorry for the long delay in a reply, been laid up for a while

Thanks everyone for all your kind comments.

Powertool Nice - are they lights set into the wall ?

And nice to see you have put some drainage in as well,to make it useable as well (where does the water go from there?)
The drainages run to a soakway, and the lights are set into a concrete retaining wall.

Andy Is it wood panelling in front of a brick wall
Andy The tgv cladding is western cedar and the planks sitting on top is douglas fir.

LyNx thats lovely mate.

Simon
 
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