Vandals did not spoil open garden
With regard to the article in the Exmouth Journal of July 9, Garden signs stolen when advertising the open gardens event,
With regard to the article in the Exmouth Journal of July 9, "Garden signs stolen when advertising the open gardens" event, I wonder if the perpetrators of this mindless vandalism could have been the same persons/people who, once a day for three days running, ripped down and destroyed my posters, mounted on my garden wall, during the recent elections?
I wonder if these mindless idiots have a hate against gardens in general or, perhaps, politicians in general. The latter being quite understandable in the current climate I feel.
Oh yes, the open gardens went off very well indeed on Sunday, far more participants than the organisers expected I gather, and all very complimentary too.,
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