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For the general photographs of the Gardens we are grateful to the following photographers who have allowed us to use their photographs. The copyright remains with the Photographer. Photographs have been used from Bill Bennett, Kate Brown, Jean Dykes, Rod Egglestone, Alison Hunter, estate of Meg Julien, Kay Keeton, Paul Mabbott, Anthony Marshall (“Improvisations of Light” to get a direct link to his Saatchi art exhibition go to the Twitter page @amliquidlight Anthony Marshall Artist), Race Cottam Associates, John Stirling, Mike Thewles, Steve Trees.
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