The Trust is deeply indebted to Mr H Leared of the La Rochelle Centre for replacing the timeworn National Trust plaque.
The new plaque, set on a copper plate, reflects the re-branded National Trust logo and colours (from green to blue).
It looks perfectly placed on the court yard wall of La Rochelle Country House and Spa!
The iconic metal sculpture in the fore ground was created by Cedric Green in 1961 who was a man of many talents. In addition to being an architect, he designed Lady Courtauld’s private pavilion known as the “Fantasy Room”, he was also a sculptor.
Originally entitled “Survivor” the sculpture is now affectionately known as “Don Quixote”.