In 2000, to mark the millennium, a commemorative stone was added to the garden area between Links Road and the football pitch at 'the common'. The inscription on the stone reads 'The Site of Mrs Nisbet's Garden' and is dated 2000. At the time, I wasn't living in the area and I didn't read or hear anything about why this stone had appeared or who Mrs Nisbet was. Only this year have I managed to find out more about this lady. What I have learned I will put in tomorrow's post. For today, the image above shows the stone earlier this year with roses in bloom and Victoria Road in background. The image below show the garden several decades ago, more densely planted than it is today, and someone enjoying a rest on a bench with Elmwood boarding house in the background right.
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