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Entrance to Lord's Wood1216 views
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Lord's Wood - Bluebells352 viewsSpring evening, April 26 2005. Bluebells on the lower slope of Lord's Wood
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Bluebells at Lord's Wood354 viewsSpring evening, with the bluebells in bloom. April 26 2005
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Lord's Wood with Bluebells1014 views
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Lord's Wood and the Spring Bluebells440 views
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Lord's Wood and Spring Bluebells224 views
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Lord's Wood and Bluebells200 views
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Lord's Wood Track224 viewsOur track leading to Lord's Wood is shown on the left of this springtime (mid-May) photograph. Lord's Wood itself is in the distance, past the sheep pasture.
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New Lord's Wood Gate280 viewsSome neighbours objected to our green burial planning application because they thought --- incorrectly --- that Lord's Wood was some sort of community "amenity." It is, in fact, our private property, and contains no public footpaths. To demonstrate this, we have reluctantly put up an electric fence and gate at the entrance.
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Lord's Wood Fence and Gate245 viewsOur insurance company has asked us to please keep folks out of the woods. We have tried to do so gently, but some people have felt we were somehow in the wrong. "I've walked my dog here for 25 years," was a typical response. Alas, if you run red lights all the time, the policeman will still give you a ticket if he sees you doing so.
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Lord's Wood Electric Gate563 viewsWe have a green burial forum where you can post your comments and questions. If you don't like the new electric gate, or have other suggestions, etc. --- please post them on our forum. Simply visit www.luciesfarm.com/green. Or you can always e-mail me: craig@luciesfarm.com
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Worcester Evening News Green Burial Application409 viewsOur local newspaper, the Worcester Evening News ran an article on December 15 2004 about our planning application for a green burial ground in Lord's Wood.
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