This part of the garden is an extension of one of Paul Bangay’s gardens which is featured in his country garden book. This area was once a horse paddock. It now houses a large vegetable garden featuring raised timber beds laid in a simple grid pattern. A concrete water trough once used for horses has been relocated and now filled with herbs as a central feature.

A tennis court & club house has also been added which connects to the original garden via a wide central path of the same gravel used in the forecourt. It was important to connect the new area to the old both in scale, repetition of materials and simple planting of both trees, shrubs and perennials. In time it will appear to have always been there.