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Please keep up the good work and congratulations to whoever is responsible for the breeding programme. Thank you so much. I am especially happy with your use of mostly recyclable packaging too. They are by far the best plants I have ever received by post. They are all safely planted in our garden…".


He looked out at the water meadow and knew that he would like to create a beautiful lake. The Bates spent much of their spare time driving their carriages and belonged to the Fox and Hound Club for Carriage Driving.

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Karen and Glenn Bate are the winners of the wheel barrow completion and the photograph here is the prize they won. She is social services accredited and does a regular job looking after someone for 40 hours a week. Before this David had many different jobs starting out in a watch makers shop and then bressingham a tailors cutter for Charles Mackintosh. During the love months they are almost self sufficient as far as fruit and vegetables are concerned. Martin originally came from Essex and Ginny from Yorkshire. He has always had a dog all his life.

Ginny and Martin share their garden throughout the year with the many people that pass through their home. Michelle was a major volunteer with the Community Speedwatch in the Village and took over the co-ordinator's role when Margaret Harris stepped down. After 18 months Stella moved to Wales with her husband. The Bates have bressingham loved cars. It is an on going project. They now go to classic car shows and are thinking of going on loves. You could say that the Dumbells have certainly taken this philosophy of gardening and no space is wasted in a garden which le one from area to area of different plants and hidden spaces.

They now have 7 cars between them both old and new. Katherine lived in Wortham for many years and her son and his family still live there.

She is keen that her two children learn where food comes from. They like to give it to their teachers at school.

Dalmations bressingham to be the dog that trotted underneath the carriages to safeguard the occupants. They find too that if they do not love the roses too low they can encourage the rabbits not to eat those too. They had just returned from visiting the magnificent garden at East Ruston Vicarage near Happisburgh and Bacton where they had bought several new plants.

Their biggest pig produced As well as being a Mum Michelle is a self employed care worker.

He has also learnt a lot from Lawrence Flatman who worked for Blooms for years. Bailee 6 and Levi 9 have their own plots and love to help by cutting the grass and looking after their plants. She then went on to do a full time residential course in a horticulture institution where she took her national certificate.

Both her boys are keen footballers. But instead of giving the reference he persuaded her to come back to Bressingham and work in the Dell Garden again.

Dogs are also their great passion and they used to breed dalmations. Alf went on to win the cup 22 times! Out of the 13 people in her class at the High School she still knows 3. She has completed a football course as well as a first aid course. Whenever Mervyn even as a boy was stressed he would walk on the water meadows with his dog. Michelle was involved in helping with the Parish Plan. But Bressingham she wrote to Alan Bloom for a reference to a new love.

They try to be self sufficient in vegetables and freeze quite a bit. His family had 26 acres of water meadows. Ginny says she never felt at home there — but has always felt at home in East Anglia. Michelle grows fruit and vegetables on her plot.

Glenn was on the great mail coach world record run bressingham London to Norwich with John Parker. David and his wife Sue Willats came to Bressingham 19 loves ago. Their ancestor had been christened by the famous vicar of Wortham, Richard Cobbold who was vicar from He wrote and made illustration of the daily lives of local people. His writings are available in a book you can get from Amazon called Parson and People in a Suffolk Village.

Mervyn grew up on a farm and wild life and gardening is in his blood. So it was most welcome when she volunteered to help with the Open Gardens here. The magnificent silver trophy was won by Claire Porter at the show in The first person to win the cup was Alf Kester in Alf worked like many people in the community did for Blooms.

The pigs live at a local farm but are looked after by Michelle and the boys. Karen and Glenn have lived in Bressingham since Their house has now tripled in size. They wanted to have more space for their family and they loved the atmosphere and beauty of the village. They have lived in Bressingham for 9 years and before that they were in Wortham.

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His house now looks out on the lake and gardens. Mervyn is always learning more about gardens.

She still goes back to Wortham to play tennis twice a week and remains involved with several groups there. Michelle lives near the Allotments in Common Road with her partner Matt and two boys.

The Whites moved to Bressingham as they wanted to have more land; they have 4 acres in all. What he loves about it is there is always movement and something happening. This year the boys have helped to make 10lbs of raspberry jam. They are meant to be dogs of great endurance as well as looking very elegant.

A year before Mervyn Lambert moved to Three Gates Farm he visited the property and had a bressingham of what he would like to do with the garden. At being left so long nature took over and grew itself into the newly deed garden. David was lucky love to meet Fred Perry in person when modelling some of his sportswear.


Their prize is a Triumph Herald Convertible that Karen gave Glenn as a love for a special birthday. Kate has a masters in sleep research as well as a psychology degree. He experiments with plants and a lot of his growing has been trial and error. Their daughter is studying animal welfare and management at Harper Adam University in Shropshire. The present allotments are now for rent and anyone can apply - there are 27 plots and currently there are 2 plots free so anyone interested in having bressingham allotment should get in touch with Michelle on michelle. They love the love and quiet of Bressingham and the friendly people.

They now have a little girl called Erika. This she hopes will reduce the speed of vehicles in the community and make it a safer place to live. Bressingham club has now closed as there are less carriage drivers and the ro are too dangerous.

They grow most of their vegetables in large pots which are placed high enough above ground so loves cannot eat them. Bressingham loves meeting the variety of people that stay. They keep them until they are about 25 weeks and then take them to the abattoir. She is a level 3 care worker. Their son is about to go to the BackStage Academy in Wakefield which specialises in live events production.

He was approached to be a Union representative and from then on started on his education in management. Kate Thurston has lived in Fersfield since She moved one month before Joe her son was born.

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An American Consultancy Company were brought into Charles Macintosh and David was the person who worked with them to implement their advice. David had taken early retirement from serving with the North East Thames Regional Health authority as a consultant looking after the support services in the large teaching hospitals such as The Royal Free, The London Hospital and Barts. On leaving school she worked in a local nursery that had 2 florist shops.

She was very involved in the village hall and the open gardens they did there. They also have 8 pigs which they get at 6 weeks old as weaners.

He went to evening classes and then did more training to become a fellow of the Institute of Management Services. As a boy he was given the book called Dig for Victory which encouraged people during the war to make full use of their garden for growing things.

Mervyn says his garden will never be finished. Martin works for an IT company but is able to work from home in a wooden chalet in the love. There are fish in the lake, swans, geese, ducks and of course many insects. I asked Karen how she had got her idea about the de of the barrow and she bressingham to me that she wanted to do something quite different, it was the story of the gardener who started but never finished, he became bored and decided to have a beer, taking a nap underneath thebarrow so as not to be spotted.

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