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13th February 2017

Ponds on Historic Ragley Hall Estate

The pond restoration has involved the extensive de-silting of two ponds, new concrete foundations, drainage and local stone masons to repair and rebuild the pond walls.  As much original stone from crumbling walls was salvaged as possible during the removal of silt, ensuring both cost savings for the client and sensitive heritage restoration. The pond restoration has involved the extensive de-silting of two ponds, new concrete foundations, drainage and local stone masons to repair and rebuild the pond walls. As much original stone from crumbling walls was salvaged as possible during the removal of silt, ensuring both cost savings for the client and sensitive heritage restoration.
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