This small garden was restored by Blooming Haddington in 2015 with all materials, plants and labour donated virtually free of cost. Local people stop by regularly to admire and enjoy the garden and it is increasingly used by the residents and staff of the nearby newly built care home. A sloped access has been installed to improve access, the bridge over the lade has been restored and a local business man made a beautiful wooden sign for the entrance. The bench was designed and donated by a local engineering company and the sign by a local joiner. Over the last couple of years, as plants have matured we have re-positioned some and added new ones with an oriental theme, including hostas, azaleas, camelias, lilies and rhododendrons. Stan da Prato has provided valuable advice on planting. Azaleas have been moved from the Monument Park where they had been struggling for many years. With some tender loving care, they are now thriving in this sunnier spot.