Bluebell walk at Hittisleigh near Crediton enjoyed by all who attended

By Sue Read   |   Senior Reporter   |
Tuesday 22nd May 2018 2:01 pm
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One-year-old Stanley Toms sports one of Shirley's bluebell hats, here with his Dad, Mark and Shirley. SR 9189 ()

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SHIRLEY’S bluebell walk has become a tradition at Hittisleigh, ending with a cream tea in someone’s garden.

This year the walk was as pretty as ever, the weather was good, a number of dogs had a wonderful time and so did a goodly group of people.

From Shirley Partridge’s home at the top of the hill, everyone meandered through the woods to arrive for the tea at Quiet Cottage, Will and Jill’s home, where there was also a good plant stall.

There were also the pretty bluebell hats knitted by Shirley, loved by the many children who went along.

Almost 100 home-made scones were devoured, topped with home-made jam and local cream.

Altogether £262 was raised for Hittisleigh Parish Church.

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