Railings…. Finally!

In between turning piles of cherries into jam and pies, we’ve finally got round to installing the wrought iron fence we bought last summer.We’d been mulling over the most secure way to fix the panels in place, and this fist panel was used to try out one solution. So far, it looks like we might have hit on a winner!      Barnaby suggested we build a pillar around the start of the fence, to give it more strength. He then sat and supervised while we constructed it.    

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4 thoughts on “Railings…. Finally!

  1. Love the railings XXXX

  2. Jenny Madley

    Looking good – xx

  3. What a super view:)

  4. Sherida

    Love them……really special………XXxx

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