Unusual Front Gardens #21: Nativity


Winter interest in the garden is always a challenge in December. Chippenham's Methodist church  solved the problem by planting a Nativity in theirs.

Merry Christmas everyone and here's to a peaceful New Year.

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  1. Very effective, modern looking and ap! Merry Christmas!!

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  2. How nice to see the real meaning of Christmas being celebrated, it doesn't happen enough!
    Happy Christmas to you and your family.

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  3. Wonderful! Simple and effective.

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  4. Hi everyone - thanks for your good wishes :)

    May it be a particularly good Christmas and New Year for you and yours.

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  5. Very eye-catching! I hope it makes people pause and reflect on the true meaning of Christmas. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas, VP!

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  6. Merry Christmas. I guess you could also keep those three kings travelling until January 6 or so. ;)

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  7. A most eye-catching tableau. A most Happy Christmas to you VP and to NAH :) xxx

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  8. What a fun idea! Merry Christmas, VP, and a happy new year!

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  9. Nice and Christmassy despite the bright blue skies! Hope you had a wonderful christmas, time to put your feet up and relax before the onslaught of 2015! Caro xx

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