Wow, what a hidden gem 

I rediscovered Leasows Park yesterday with my youngest daughter Elle and my dog. 

Wow, wow, wow, it was beautiful.  It’s a lovely large diverse park anyway, but the sun was out and it was full of wonderful smells and colours.  Wild garlic and bluebells were everywhere along with daisy covered fields and tiny blue flowers.  A park well worth checking out 

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3 thoughts on “Wow, what a hidden gem 

  1. The sad thing is for 13 yrs we lived over the road from the stile into the back of the Leasowes, and we only ever went over there when we had visitors – because we could look out of our window and see it all the time!!! Just as we do at Clent now, hardly ever go for a walk up there , just look at it. How very sad ???
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