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Anglesey Abbey Path 1
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Anglesey Abby, Gardens and Mill is now a National Trust Property about 6 miles East of Cambridge. Visited on a bright day towards the end of January the grounds were splended in all shades of green red and brown that early in the year. Perhaps the first sign that winter was over was the prolipheration of snowdrops. It was certainly worth the visit, even for me, a non-gardener knowing little about horticulture. Learn more from the National Trust at

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-vh/w-visits/w-findaplace/w-angleseyabbeyandgardenandlodemill.htm

mark@panoradiant.co.uk

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