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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"
Posted by: Rima Jones
Date/Time: 24/02/15 18:50:00

It's a possibility but I wonder if something less formal and more personal  might be more appropriate.
The triangle is maintained by LBH and the church gardeners carefully overseen by the Bedford Park Society. As it happens I met the BPS person in charge of it this pm and he says that the planting of a small, possibly blossom tree could certainly be considered if it is decided that it would be a suitably appropriate position for a memorial to Ms Naysmith. There is also a corner of the church garden for consideration.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Miss Naysmith's"garden"21/02/15 13:07:00 Andy Pease
   Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"21/02/15 14:17:00 Julian Pavey
      Re:Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"21/02/15 14:47:00 Andy Pease
         Re:Re:Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"21/02/15 15:58:00 Rima Jones
         Re:Re:Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"22/02/15 00:50:00 Richard Jennings
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"22/02/15 10:45:00 Cindy Carloss
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"22/02/15 11:29:00 Maureen Yakoubi
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"24/02/15 16:09:00 Rima Jones
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"24/02/15 17:15:00 Richard Greenhough
   Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"23/02/15 10:13:00 Charlotte Kasner
      Re:Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"24/02/15 09:26:00 David Marles
         Re:Re:Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"24/02/15 18:50:00 Rima Jones
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Miss Naysmith's"garden"25/02/15 11:53:00 John Martin

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