A Path For All Seasons ~ Wenlock’s Linden Walk

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Those of you who come here often will know that the Linden Walk is Much Wenlock’s best loved path; mine too as it is only a couple of minutes from the house. It is always beautiful – whether in storm, snow, rain, sunshine, with or without leaves. It is also the enduring gift of the town’s physician, Dr. William Penny Brookes, who with his friends planted it in the 1860s. Thank you. Dr. Brookes. I should remember to say this more often.

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42 thoughts on “A Path For All Seasons ~ Wenlock’s Linden Walk

      1. I miss the figs from the tree in my garden at my previous abode…have to make do with imported Turkish ones….but this year there have been some lovely ripe ones, and I let them warm on a sunny windowsill

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