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Come to think of it I must be wrong on that one because I'm sure Fairhaven Gardens were created  later than 1927.

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Well, it wasn't me who was close, and I've got gardening to do  Smile

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Looks like I will leave it for one more day.
But will give a last clue. - - - - -

It is close to a water point.




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Neatishead staithe?

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"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
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OK...

I will give a half point to both Dave (Terry Tibbs ) and Pallie as you both are near enough.
I was looking for a bit more information Dave as you said Board Walk - not really close enough   lol

It is on the big Silver Birch tree just behind the seat near the water point.


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