A Natural Garden adjacent to our Tower Block

Our wilderness

This photograph was taken just fifty yards from a twelve story block of council flats, where 146 people live. A wild life garden, abundant with wild flowers and berries in autumn with small animals and insects throughout the year. It has been ‘isolated’ for at least fifty years and probably for decades before that. It’s another part of the rolling hills of Hornchurch, Essex.

The land exudes peace and tranquillity as the river Ingrebourne flows past it.

Mike

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