• WW2 AT COLESHILL:2011

    Following on from the drawing of the operational base done for Coleshill last year, Bronwen prepared a suite of drawings and maps for the interpretation panels now displayed in the WW2 guardhouse at Coleshill. These show the defences such as pillboxes, the ‘coastal crust’ and ‘stop lines’ that were hurriedly erected around Britain to resist the iminent German invasion in 1940.

    BRYNGARW COUNTRY PARK, BRIDGEND – THE FORMAL GARDENS ENHANCEMENT SCHEME: 2011

    This project forms part of the ‘One Historic Garden’ scheme which aims to promote and establish Bryngarw Country Park as a historic garden of significance. The Edwardian formal gardens include the terraced lawns at the front of Bryngarw House, and the Oriental Garden in the valley to the east. These are Grade II Listed for their historic and horticultural interest. Bronwen, aided by her colleagues Henry Thomas (Civil Engineer), David Morgan (Quantity Surveyor) 0f ARS Projects Ltd, and Jon Townend (CDM Co-ordinator) of Town &Landscape Ltd. produced layout and detailed drawings, plus costings, for the restoration of the paths and water features, tea house and Japanese bridge, and advised on the need for specialist horticultural management of the many fine original and unusual Rhododendrons, Magnolias and other ornamental trees and shrubs.