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On 29th October, eleven of us got together, in the hut, to make willow birds; under the instruction of Angela Morley. A variety of birds were produced from a Parrot to a Pheasant, a few Chickens and a Goose! Great fun was had by one and all! We made hold a further willow workshop in… Continue reading WILLOW WORKSHOP IN BABCARY
This may interest nobody other than myself, but it has kept me fascinated and occupied most of the summer. It all began when my intention was to plant some flowers in front of my shed but as soon as I attempted to put shovel to ground it went clunk. So I persist and dig up… Continue reading My little back garden archaology dig
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,800 times in 2013. If it were a cable car, it would take about 30 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the… Continue reading Happy New Year – Our Blog’s 2013 in review
Wow! Fantastic! Brilliant – what a show; and where did all the people come from? Who was the chief scribe behind the beard? Great shepherds, even if the lambs stole the show; could we hear from the landlady of the Fox and Hounds one more time? angelic voiced angels, the Wise Men should have a show… Continue reading #babcarynativity King Herod Speaks
We have 1,000 bulbs being delivered on Monday 12th Nov at 1.30pm (at the Babcary bus shelter) and we need people to plant them in suitable locations around the village. I know this is a working day but if anyone can assist with this task on Monday (or take a batch to plant over the… Continue reading HELP! DIBBERS NEEDED!