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Roger Brook

Glad you have been up to our neck of the woods. Scarbro is just an hours drive over the Yorkshire Wolds, as is our favourite nursery at Reighton just down the coast


Hadn't realised you were so close, Roger. Next time we're up, we'll try to visit your no-dig churchyard. That should be on any keen gardeners' tour! We'll look out for the nursery too. Thank you for the recommendation.


Ooooooh that does look a treat - I've loved Scarborough since I was yay big. I remember those model naval battles! In my day it was the re-enactment of the Battle of the River Plate. It seemed really eccentric even to someone who loves all things quirky - the model boats, a naval battle, the South American location of said battle and all in a garden with a strong Japanese bent. I reckon only Britain could come up with something like that :)


It certainly was a treat. Now I really want to go back to see that sea battle. You're right, Michelle, it does seem charmingly English eccentric.

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