Colour image showing the walled garden at Lotherton Hall. It is part of the scheme designed by Mrs. Laura Gwendolen Gascoigne in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Shaped lawns and flowerbeds blooming with roses are surrounded by paths and seating. The garden is enclosed by a high, rustic brick wall supporting a variety of climbing plants. Three ladies with dogs are visible, one of whom may be Lady Gascoigne. From the collection of housekeeper at Lotherton Hall, Phyllis Braithwaite.
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