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Friday, February 3rd 2017

With our February Worky Day happening tomorrow, today was a day spent in preparations: we maintained machinery, confirmed the food order, got the porta-cabin ready and did some setting up of the area we’ll be working in. It’s all very useful stuff, but not all that photogenic. However, there is always something beautiful to take a photo of at Foxglove – the ponies are often very obliging…

…the bird feeders are busy…

…or look for a miniature world of small-scale splendours! (For more miniature marvels why not book on to our Small is Beautiful walk).

So there are plenty of opportunities at all times of the year to get beautiful photos for our photo competition - but don’t risk losing or forgetting about that brilliant picture, why not send them in now?! 

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