Cherry blossoms galore!

The month of April announced the start of the blossom fever around the UK, and most especially here in the County of Kent, often called ‘The Garden of England’.

Kent's cherry blossom

26th April 2019 — The local orchards are swept up with glorious blossom laden branches of every hue and colour. Canterbury is particularly lovely with surrounding streets decked out with in blossom, and looking like a pageant of lovely tulle wedding dresses planted along the avenues! We hope you like the photos and we send greeting to all our Japanese friends who appreciate their own ‘hanami’ time the other side of the world!

Get out with your cameras and send us your pics!

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