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Flowers on a Bench

Bunches of flowers are being left around the village for anyone to pick up and take home. It seems one of the village's voluntary group is distributing these on benches, bus stops, car parks, station platforms and other locations.

There is a message attached which says "This bunch of flowers is for you! Please take them home and enjoy them. In this strange time of great difficulty, this is a gift to you from one of the local voluntary groups. There are no strings attached. We just thought you might like some flowers to bring a Smile. Enjoy!"

If you want to find out who is behind this random act of kindness, you may have to look out for one of the bunches.

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