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The Fairy Garden and more


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I have been doing lots of updates to the Ludham Archive website www.ludhamarchive.org.uk There are new photographs and information all over the site.

I am particularly pleased to have at last got some pictures of the Fairy Garden and Ludham Manor Bird Sanctuary.

Lots of people remember the Fairy Garden but pictures are very hard to come by.

If anyone has any memories of the Fairy Garden or any pictures, we would really like to hear from you.

For now, take a look at the pictures we have got. Click the "Interesting Stuff" button.



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Hi Woodwose,

It's a great site, I particularly liked the Boardman family albums it's so nice to see a family through the years, seeing the young children grow up and become adults is quite something.

And of course the whole thing played out with a broads backdrop.

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