Although I was born in London, I grew up in the county of Kent, also called The Garden of England.
Where there were once bluebell woods, fields full of hops, fruit trees, and dancing lambs in the spring time, today we see enormous change in the form of housing developments and motorways.
Given its close proximity to London, and the Channel Tunnel, Kent has become a major throughway by train or car for commuters and for those traveling to the wider continent of Europe.
As an only child, I loved our garden and the surrounding woodlands. I amused myself by digging holes in the garden with the hope that i might reach Australia. I would bury jars with notes and little toys…..maybe they are still there:)
When I returned to the UK in 1993, I made my home in the Magical Town of…
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