Wenningtonian Roger Dingley's camera captured more of the 15th of May's celebration of peace, resilience and new growth, with the Class 2 children of Willersey Primary School taking a central role in planting the kaki tree - a descendent of a Japanese persimmon tree which survived the atomic bomb blast over Nagasaki, Japan, on August 9th, 1945. Planting, praying, singing, dancing, painting, poetry....

 

Thanks again to everyone who took part, and thanks to Roger for sending his photographs, a selection of which are given below.

 

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