A grand design for garden attraction at Harrogate’s RHS Harlow Carr

PIC: James Hardisty
PIC: James Hardisty
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A team of drystone wallers have crafted their very own grand design at RHS Garden Harlow Carr.

Following designs drawn up by master craftsman David Griffiths from Bradford, Harrogate-based stone waller Neil Beasley and a team of three fellow professionals have spent the past year replacing a boundary at the entrance to Crag Lane, off Otley Road, with a new feature drystone wall.

The centrepiece of the design features two three-metre high stone monoliths which include the name and logo of the most northerly RHS garden.


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