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Parky

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Piccadilly gardens
« on: 09:28:11, 02/10/20 »
Yet another knifing in Piccadilly gardens ,letís face it itís never going to be like it was fifty plus years ago so why not just scrap it , possibly be better to just build on it

ExileSteve

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Re: Piccadilly gardens
« Reply #1 on: 22:26:26, 07/10/20 »
They have done, haven't they? Our kids think the fountains that rise out of the paving stones are absolutely brilliant, but I remember how beautiful it used to be.  :-[