My little back garden archaology dig

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


Happy New Year – Our Blog’s 2013 in review

The 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


Babcary Christmas Bazaar

The Babcary Christmas Bazaar was as festive as ever this year – not quite the winter wonderland of last year with the heavy snowfall we had but jolly nonetheless. With magnificent stalls selling beautiful handcrafted works, plants and cakes, which always sell out within minutes of the door opening. Don’t forget if it’s not in… Continue reading Babcary Christmas Bazaar


Babcary Harvest Supper Pictures 2013

Sorry pix are a bit late getting posted this year. The weather was great not too cold and we were lucky with the light as we were preparing to shoot a group picture for the annual Babcary calendar, which has been compiled by Simon Hoar. They will be on sale via the Saturday shop I… Continue reading Babcary Harvest Supper Pictures 2013


Babcary Clock Golf Tournament 2013

Sunday August 10th 2013 saw the annual ”adults only’ event for Babcary village. The sun was shining as it always seems to do on Clock Golf day, the afternoon tea and cakes were delightful and all had a wonderful time. Thanks to the organisers and the hosts, this year it was Elizabeth and David who… Continue reading Babcary Clock Golf Tournament 2013