June 2012 

13/06/2012

In one of the March Workshops, led by Hayden Lorimer and Nicola Godsal, the group spoke about how the presence of the past could be felt within the garden. These feelings were expressed through tying luggage tags to notable features of the site. This activity created an awareness of trained fruit trees, purpose built gateways and made links to the firms who constructed the site.

Picture by Caleb Johnston 23 March, Posted by K. Trent


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