Posted: 23/01/2016 at 17:17
Terry, the first three I'd not do a lot too other than tidy them up a bit. The pruning cuts are a bit high, maybe another quarter inch down an take away any dead wood. The climber is Arthur Bell, lovely rose, now that you can do something with if you want. The red stems at the bottom of the stem can be used to create a new set of climbing stems. It does take a while for them start going but they'll form a good stem in one season. You have to be careful though, the red stems break away very easily, you have to wait till they start to green up before properly training them so it takes patience, they'll still be flexible enough to tie in in a few months and will produce flowers first year, but be better second and subsequent years.
The thicker stem on the right, and you don't have to do this, but if you want to reinvigorate it ithen do so. You cut that back to about six inches, there will be dormant buds below it and they will produce new red stems which you can the train in as they turn green.
If you do decide to reinvigorate it the tie in at 45 degrees if you can, you may need to add some trellis to both walls to spread the stems out a bit more, but it's perfectly possible though to add another foot each wall to give you more coverage.