Bristol’s incredible Floating Harbour has many faces. Just downstream from Bristol Bridge lie Castle Park and the haunting ruins of St. Peter’s Church. On the night of 24th November, 1940, this area was almost completely destroyed in the first major bombing raid on Bristol of the Second World War. These days it’s a place for strolling and letting your cares drift away.
The church is no longer accessible to the public, but I was delighted to find, wrapped around it, a tiny physics garden. Magnolia, fraying tulips and iris, all vernal creations if ever I saw one.