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The conservarory in godstone next to the St Nicholas Church

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This is the conservatory of the Warden of St Mary´s Homes, and as you can see is beautifully maintained. The Warden, Paul and his wife Joan, have grown these plants from seed. Beautiful!

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A: St Mary´s Homes and chapel , Godstone, Surrey, England

by jan dolk, 30 meters away

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B: Chapel of the st Mary's homes in Godstone

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C: St Nicholas Church, Godstone, Surrey, England

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D: St Nicholas Church, Godstone, Surrey, England

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