7 February 2011

Across the Common

One of the defining features of Ham Common is the avenue of trees across the centre that leads on to Great South Avenue and then to Melancholy Walk and finally to Ham House.

In recent years the Council, which I am not a great fan of, have been doing good work in plugging the gaps in the twin lines. The younger trees still wear wooden skirts for protection which makes them a little loud just like children should be.

It's just a shame that the otherwise grand view is somewhat spoilt by the cars parked on the far side of the common.

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