Repton’s pond at Cobham Hall

We’ve been asked by the management at Cobham Hall if we’d like to help rediscover a pond on the grounds. This pond, amongst other features in the garden, was designed by Humphry Repton in the late 1700s. Andrew started the group off yesterday and the work will continue into next week.

The Hall
A view from behind the pond, sarcen stones placed strategically around the grounds
The general scene
This figure sits alongside the pond
The pond’s base is being cleared
Above the pond sits a reconstructed dolmen (all images copyright R.Smalley)

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