Continuing our series of sheds and garden offices on show at BBC Gardeners' World Live in June, here is The Watchmaker's Garden by Cheshire-based living wall expert and RHS gold award-winning garden designer Alexandra Froggatt. It is inspired by the famous Jewellry Quarter in Birmingham and includes a "rustic and slightly dilapidated" watchmaker's workshop which is producing Chamberlain clock faces. Look out for Victorian watch making equipment, as well as benches, architects plans, tools and old clocks. The workshop itself, located between a garden wall and the rear of a jewellery factory, is made from reclaimed bricks, slate, and oak beams. In addition, there is a rather lovely cottage garden and the promise of a reclaimed horse cart.
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