To the side of the Master's Lodge, a narrow iron gateway leads you into the Fellows' Garden. This is an area of the gardens that has undergone major change and development in recent years following the necessary removal of several large aesculus hippocastanum, horse chestnut trees that had unfortunately come to the end of their life. The loss of these trees was seen by the Gardens department as an opportunity to re-develop and provide a suitable setting for every day college life and functions. The formal lawn has been increased and mixed borders now extend around the whole garden. These borders contain shrubs, herbaceous plants, roses, trees and bulbs, planted in a contemporary cottage style. The pathway now allows visitors to navigate around the entire garden and view the diversity of flowering plants which provide a colourful, relaxed and informal feel.