Heathcoat Community Centre - a Memory of Tiverton.

The Westexe Park sadly no longer has the beautiful flowerbeds featured in this 1955 view. I walked through this park today leading a party from the Tiverton Walk and Talk Group from the Heathcoat Community Centre. Even the grass has been neglected and has lots of mud and duck poo!

Our walk took us up Longdrag Hill and Patches Road on a circular route of around three miles. I found it pretty tough as I was pushing my granddaughter Annalise Norfolk in her pushchair! I was glad to get back to the level ground of the park where I could let her out of her pushchair - she loves to stand on the grass and be surrounded by inquisitive ducks!

Finally we went in to the Community Centre where I collapsed in a heap and enjoyed a deserved coffee!

A memory shared by John Howard Norfolk on Feb 8th, 2008. Send John Howard Norfolk a message

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