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  1. Gorgeous! You inspired me to look at the one or two clumps we have in the garden here…very tight and unopened at present…maybe in a day or three….so perhaps I do a series!

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        • We are allowed out once a day for exercise or essential activities but we are supposed to stay local to home. So activity and anti-boredom activities depend on where you live. If you have good walks around you or live near to a National Trust property or similar things aren’t too bad. All but essential shops are closed and no hospitality location a are open. So you can get a takeaway coffee ( as long as you don’t sit down) but that’s it. No visiting anyone and you can exercise with 1 other person. We don’t have a curfew but it wouldn’t matter if we did as there’s nothing to do after 6pm. Have you got many restrictions?

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