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Public Meeting set to discuss St Lawrence traffic issues re the impending road closure


There is also a petition at the St Lawrence PO/Stores for people to sign in regards to the road closure and the potential issues that may affect St Lawrence


Thank you to Bridget Garton for sending in this photo of the fantastic display of Primroses at the Old Church. 

Peace Garden
Peace Garden bench
Walkers at the Peace Garden

Photos: Peace Garden & Good Friday walkers reflection at the garden

The Peace Garden is situated in Seven Sisters Road adjoining the 12th century Old church. A lovely calm space that is visited by many people during the year. A seat placed on a small mound overlooks the sea which gives ample opportunity to delight in the local wild life, including red squirrels and watch the various ships sail by.


The garden is maintained by a small group of volunteers- mainly villagers, who get together once a month on the first Tuesday 10-12.  Inevitably the pandemic has had an effect on the numbers returning to help and more volunteers would be warmly welcomed.  No gardening experience is necessary and some tools are provided although it is always handy to bring your own. 


Alan Titchmarsh has a tree dedicated to him when he came to formally open the garden some years ago.  So if you have not yet visited take a stroll along Seven Sisters Road (near the Shute) and enjoy the tranquility this space offers. We look forward to seeing you.

Angela Adams, Garden Volunteer

Ping Pong Paddle

The Table Tennis Club at St Lawrence Village Hall are looking for new members. So if you fancy going along, there is currently an offer for people to try the class for free for 3 weeks. Pop along on Tuesday afternoons, 2-4pm, and give it a go!

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