|Brick paving was added to the back in the form of a small patio and a walk to the back gate.|
|Here are the backyard walls with Missus Maude and Charlotta looking at the improvements.|
|On the fronts, I added iron rail fencing made from plastic sewing mesh that was suitably cut and trimmed and a cobblestone sidewalk.|
|The rears with all the brick paving in place, plus the walls and the rear cobblestone pathway intersected by the brick alley.|
|The front fencing has now been painted a gloss black and looks more like the wrought iron it is meant to be.|
|Grass has been planted in the small front yards and down the sides ...|
|and in the back yards. The back yard walls have finally be glued into place. The two houses are not glued into place but are held fairly securely by the front and rear stoops and the front fences and rear walls.|
|The final product in a sunny setting atop an old tree stump in my back yard.|
|And the rear view.|
In addition to finishing the two residential houses, the East Bergholt town hall was secured to its base, also 5mm foam core.
|The borders were covered with cobblestone sidewalks. The town hall still needs its sign over the front door. The back door may become the town constabulary entrance if I can't find a suitable building for them.|
More anon as I still have a fourth "Michael's" building to clad, many more paper buildings to cut out and construct, and some more "wilder" hedges to make, probably using this technique that was posted on The Miniatures Page: DIY Bocage Hedges .