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Posted: 14 Nov. 2017,09:04 QUOTE

Hi all - I've inherited a front garden with large pebbles (10-20mm) and a solid concrete drive. I'd like to make use of the pebbles. I'm thinking of ripping out the concrete and laying down setts. I've looked at different edgings and like the look of Marshalls Natural stone effect edging. Plan is to have setts where the wheels sit and a pebbled area for show in the centre.

I'm not sure what foundation this needs however - will concrete base and haunchings be sufficient? Presume the pebbles will need an edge too but will look at something less prominent for that. Cheers all..

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Posted: 26 Nov. 2017,10:40 QUOTE

The "pebbles" would eb alid as cobbles, and the setts as...err...setts.

A couple of pages to have a look at.....

Laying Cobbles

Concrete bedded setts

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