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Victory Field Wall

The Victory Field wall (towpath side) that we completed the re-building and repairs to. The greyer areas are caused by the cement mortar which had been used in the past, rather than lime mortar which we have used and is the correct material for a wall of this type.

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Victory Field Wall

The Victory Field wall (Victory Field side), where you get a good view of the "cocks and hens" - the large vertical stones at the top of the wall.

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Hen's Orchard Wall

The Hen's Orchard wall (Hen's Orchard side), which we are largely dis- mantling and then re-building, having had the soil against the wall on the towpath side removed.

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Hen's Orchard Wall

A second view of the Hen's Orchard wall (Hen's Orchard side) further along toward the Tithe Barn".

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Hen's Orchard Wall

The hen's Orchard wall (towpath side), showing the large soil embankment which has now been greatly reduced.

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Hen's Orchard Wall

Volunteers working on the wall, with our professional stonemason mentor (Jon Bendle) in the green shirt.

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Hen's Orchard Wall

More volunteers working on the wall.

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Hen's Orchard Wall

Yet more volunteers working on the wall, showing off the water bottles bought with a little of the BoA Secret Gardens donation.

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The Vale of Pewsey

Our beloved workboat, moored in Bradford on Avon.