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Buckfastleigh Gardens and Picnic Area
Birds Eye view of Buckfastleigh Station Site
Aerial view of the Buckfastleigh Station Site 2006

The garden on the extreme left hand side of the photograph above is being left to the wild life. The gardens are maintained by our full-time groundsman Chris and his assistant Matt together with the help of a group of adults with learning disabilities from Reyfields Daycentre in Newton Abbot.
The photographs below shew recent progress together with the two main stalwarts.

Chris & Matt Board Walk
Matt and Chris test their handiwork. Herons eye view of the Running Shed from the small pond
Pruning the roses Tidied up roses
  Matt learns his trade being supervised by "The Governor" A hard days work has been completed.
Daffodils The Monday Gang
The first sign that Spring is just around the corner. The "Monday Group" lending a hand
River Walk River Walk
Overflow car park entrance gate to Rose Gardens River Walk is nearly ready for visitors to enjoy
Buckfastleigh Gardens Buckfastleigh Gardens
The Patio Area being prepared The first signs of life being restored.
Buckfastleigh Gardens Buckfastleigh Gardens
Progress Further progress
Buckfastleigh Gardens
Protection is offered from the 'Rabbits'
Roses Roses
A little bit of "Tender Loving Care"  can produce some really beautiful blooms available for all our visitors to enjoy

The 2006 displays
Miniature Railway Miniature Railway
Buckfastleigh Minature Railway 
Just what the SDR is all about
Miniature Railway
Hanging Baskets at Station Building entrance

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