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Ryton Organic Gardens

Hello All.
I had a morning out today to Ryton Organic Gardens.
I was lucky as it was a bright sunny morning. Here are some photos of my visit.





And I also wanted to let you know about an exhibition by the Living Threads Group next year called 'Visual Delights'. It's on from 3 - 12 April 2013 at Trent College in Long Eaton.  This group exhibits every other year and I really enjoyed their last exhibition.  Do make a note of the dates and try to go.  I can assure you it's worth the effort.


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india flint said…
lovely images here

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