A Wattle Fence. Made by hand weaving thin branches between upright stakes of wood. An ancient form of fence making dating back to the Bronze Age, so I am told.
Last Sunday, Mr LOL and I went on a walk around Coombe Country Park. Near the Top Pool (as it is called), there is a building that is to be used for educational purposes. It sits along side a beautiful small lake.
Just outside 'creative artisans' have designed and are building an outdoor class area for schools. No metal benches and fences to be found here.....
The fencing is wattle made from natural branches. If they cover the branches with something like mud, it will be a wattle and daub fence. The wood chippings are cut and processed from the park and the benches speak for themselves. It is a beautiful area where design and creativity are well suited for its intended use.
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Thank you for visiting Today Around Coventry. Photos taken at Coombe Country Park, located about 5 minutes drive from Coventry. Cheers!