Recently, Tony Scourfield-Lewis invited his friends and staff of National Trust Colby Woodland Garden to the unveiling of a statue to commemorate his late wife Cynthia.

The ceremony took place in the walled garden and thankfully the sun came out at just the right time for Tony to address his guests as he reminisced about how he and Cynthia came to find Colby Lodge in the 1970s.

The walled garden was originally a kitchen garden, and was semi-derelict in the 1970s. Mr. and Mrs. Scourfield-Lewis developed it into the delightful formal garden you see today which was returned to the National Trust in 2010.

The statue to commemorate Cynthia was unveiled by Johnathan Hughes, National Trust general manager for Pembrokeshire.

After the ceremony the man who created it, Darren Yeadon, gave a short talk about how the statue made from Preseli Bluestone represents nurture and was inspired by the birth of his child.

Following the ceremony, Tony invited all the attendees to a lovely lunch at Colby Lodge.

You can view the statue and enjoy the beautiful walled garden anytime between the hours of 10 am and 5 pm.