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Print description of walk before visiting
Graham Yeo | 4 May

This walk description should help you understand our woodland garden and where it sits in our historic landscape. FFGL Walk & History

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Announcement of AGM 2021
Graham Yeo | 29 April

We are intending to have a double Annual General Meeting 7pm on Monday 21 June at the Lewdown village hall. The double bill is a result of the COVID pandemic

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Bluebell picnic
Graham Yeo | 29 April

The bluebells are coming out and we intend to have a bring your own picnic 2 – 4pm Saturday 15 May. This will allow people to enjoy a friendly open

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Newsletter 22 Autumn 2020
Graham Yeo | 9 November

FFGL Autumn 2020 Newsletter 22 It’s been a strange year but the Friends of the Forgotten Garden of Lewtrenchard is still here and working to maintain this facility for all

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Nancy Cleary RIP
Graham Yeo | 9 November

It is with sadness that I have to report that Nancy Cleary, who was a committee member for many years passed away a few weeks ago. Nancy will be remembered

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News from the Garden August 2020
Graham Yeo | 17 August

We are now approaching Autumn and have missed our annual Barbecue. This year we have hardly had any public events for the Forgotten Garden, because of the risks of coronavirus.

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News from the Forgotten Garden
Graham Yeo | 7 June
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News summer 2020
Graham Yeo | 7 June

As of early June 2020. We are still waiting for a little clarity before giving a date and venue for the AGM. Lewtrenchard school have a “Search for the NHS

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Annual General Meeting 2020 postponed to autumn
Graham Yeo | 13 April

The Annual General Meeting of the Friends of the Forgotten Garden is normally scheduled to take place in June of each year. Unfortunately because of the current Covid-19 lockdown it

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Newsletter 21 for Spring 2020
Graham Yeo | 13 April

The Newsletter for Spring 2020 describes some of the work which has gone on during the autumn and winter to encourage a great floral display this spring and summer. FFGL

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