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Spring at St Mary's Priory

Since we can't get out into nature in our usual way, I thought that I would bring nature to you in the form of beautiful programmes and evocative descriptions from the girls at St Mary's Priory.
View across Princethorpe's grounds. Taken by Alex Darkes in 2010.
View across Princethorpe's grounds. Taken by Alex Darkes in 2010.
This month's Throwback Thursday post is a little different to those from the last couple of months. I thought it would be nice to take you on a virtual nature tour here using images, descriptions and poems created by the girls who attended St Mary's Priory, you may even recognise locations around Princethorpe in some of them. I hope that you enjoy it and find some peace in these otherwise unsettling times. 


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