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The Bluebells
Presented by Mick Carver


A lot of people who have sent in their memories, have fond recollections of the abundant Bluebell flower in the area. As children we would often gather bluebells to take home for Mum [ See, we wern't all bad wa we ] As you can see the flowers themselves made a fantastic carpet in the woodlands, and captured in the first photo with the sun highlighting them at sunset makes for a beautiful image to be remembered.
Many thanks to Mick Carver for sharing that image by sending in his photos below. If you would like a better quality image of the photos below for personal use only, email John

 

 

 

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