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Harrogate based drystone waller works on Gold Medal winning Garden at Chelsea

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Harrogate based dry stone waller Neil Beasley had the pleasure of working on the Arthritis Research UK garden designed by the extremely talented Chris Beardshaw for this years Chelsea Flower Show. The garden has received a Gold Award.

Neil was one of three Yorkshire based dry stone wallers involved in building the dry stone wall feature within the garden.

He said:

“It was a great experience to be involved with the Chelsea Flower Show and helping to transform Chris Beardshaw’s designs into reality was a real privilege.  It was a labour of love in the end, as we shaped 9 tonnes of stone, each one sculpted by hand, into Chris’s vision for the end of the garden forming part of the contemporary glass retreat.

“To be part of the Centenary Show at Chelsea and to be part of a garden that has won gold was amazing”.

The garden was project managed by Yorkshire based Keith Chapman Landscapes.

Neil Beasley picture Chelsea Flower Show 2013
Neil and his colleagues winning creation

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