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Hello Everyone,

At such a difficult time, when news about the ferocious attacks on Ukraine are constantly in the news, and we become more horrified by the atrocities inflicted by Russia on their neighbours, I thought I would post this little niche of calm.

This daffodil-filled area is called 'The Peace Garden'.

It exists behind our village church and is a garden in two parts. The area that I have shown, is left to be relatively wild, with daffodils, tulips, bluebells and aquilegia growing freely under the trees, and twigs gathered for the benefit of insects.
The second area has a gravel path, travelling around a heart-shaped lawn, with shrubs, and flowers, such as lupins, phlox and penstemons planted between them.

There are several benches placed around the gardens so people can rest and quietly enjoy the environment, watching the birds or just thinking.

For that reason, it is called 'The Peace Garden', a place to be at peace with yourself and the world.

I hope that we will soon have news that Russian Troops have been withdrawn and PEACE has been declared.

My warm regards,燘ev :-)

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Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 9507 W: 373 N: 22010] (86478)
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