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Children’s’ path of peace’ in Edinburgh

Thomas Baldwin reports on a creative project in a church garden.

SCHOOLCHILDREN have helped create a 100ft “Path of Peace” in a church garden in Edinburgh.

Youngsters from Duddingston and Parsons Green primary schools made 80 tiles for the pebble mosaic project at Duddingston Kirk Glebe.

They are decorated with peace symbols such as doves, hearts and the CND logo which represents nuclear disarmament.

The path, which will eventually wind through the four-acre site on the banks of Duddingston Loch, was officially opened in April by Tommy Sheppard, MP for Edinburgh East.

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