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Farndon Fields Development, Market Harborough 2
England

The footpath across Farndon Fields, in Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England. The area is currently under development, with a number of new homes being built.

To the right is a small ditch, presumably cut to help drainage of the clay-heavy soil. The ground in this area is rather muddy due to the heavy machinery used in the construction work.

Not far away can be seen a pile of small trees and boxes filled with shrubs, waiting to be planted as part of the development.

Copyright: Dave kennard
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Uploaded: 28/01/2012
Updated: 01/09/2014
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Tags: farndon fields; development; mud; market harborough; europe; uk; britain; england; east midlands; leicestershire; field
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