Mary Westley writes:
The Winter Ramble took us across Bug’s Bottom and on up to Toker’s Green, where we made short diversion to look at the beautiful snowdrops, aconites and hellebore in the Bisgrove’s garden, before walking back along Albert Road to the church, where we partook of tea and Galette des Rois, complete with an origami crown. The refreshments were accompanied by a variety of seasonal readings including some Pratchett, Dickens, Shakespeare, Clare, and Cowper.
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St Peter’s Occasional Rambles And Dawdles In the Countryside