In England we are allowed to travel again so on Easter Monday Bill and I visited the small town of Warminster in Wiltshire. The army has a large presence nearby and much of Salisbury Plain is used as a firing range. It derives its name from the minster church of St. Denys which was built in Saxon times in a loop of the River Were.
I loved the postbox outside the GPO which had been decorated for Easter with a knitted hen and chickens. A priority postbox means that if you want to return a Coronavirus test kit they guarantee the box will be emptied on schedule. I hope the decoration will bring a bit of hope to anyone in that situation.
I am entering this image for Becky’s daily challenge for April bright squares. We split up Bill joined our history walking group to explore the nearby Iron age hill forts. While I opted for a flatter walk through the beautiful town park with its large water fowl lake. I followed the River Were through the Small brook meadows nature reserve which is run by Wiltshire Wildlife Trust. I read that they have a thriving population of water voles but I did not manage to spot any.