Aug 1st, 2008
The Lake District Poet’s Garden
“In human life there are moments worth ages.”
The garden has been designed to reflect the writings and philosophy of William Wordsworth, the Lake District’s best known poet.
Wordsworth himself was a keen gardener and developed the gardens at Rydal Mount where he resided from 1813 until 1859.
Jul 1st, 2007
This year Andrew Loudon teamed up with The Coppermines and Honister Slate Mine to create “Lakeland Reflections” at the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show. The garden show cases the very best of Cumbria. continue reading
Apr 24th, 2006
This spring saw Andrew working on the feature film Miss Potter staring Rene Zelweger, engaged as dry stone waller and advisor he constructed several walls on the set and advised members of the cast on dry stone walling techniques when the action and plot required.
Jul 24th, 2005
This garden produced for the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show has been designed to demonstrate what can be achieved with a little imagination to brighten up neglected spaces within buildings such as schools, office blocks or hospitals. The garden offers a means of escape from the florescent lights and re-circulated air within the building, to a fresh outdoor space away from the hustle and bustle of work or study.