By Audlem Webteam - 29th March 2006 7:40am
Rosie Lewis, of Fields Farm off Green Lane, has contacted Audlem Online about a mysterious but beautiful bunch of flowers left where she sells garden grown fruit & vegetables at Lock 9 on the canal. As the flowers where found there on Mothers day, she assumed it was from her children. But no, it's all a bit of a mystery. Rosie would, however, like to say a big thank you to whover left them and hopes it's from someone who enjoys the fruit and vegetables which she always grows in the well-tried traditional manner.
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