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December 1, 2019

A Happy Christmas to you all.  I am presuming, that unlike myself, you are well on with your preparations for the festive season.  I do hope that in all the hustle and bustle, you manage to find some time to enjoy the peace, hope and joy of Christmas and join us in cel...

October 4, 2019

Having spent a big lump of time sweeping, cutting down, tidying etc. I have come to the conclusion that Autumn has arrived big time as the garden is liberally coated in leaves, dead plants and crab apples for England!!  I shall be needing a new brushhead soon.

The...

September 1, 2019

The Choir have completed their Summer Season and were "stood down" for August for rest and recuperation.  We had a  "Bit of a Do" after our last rehearsal with a tasty buffet and Ash and Ashley entertained us appropriately on violin and guitar.  I have begun the Autumn...

August 2, 2019

Well we had the refreshing rain I hoped for last month but moderation seems to be a disappearing aspect of our weather.  The lawn (grass)  is showing patches of green but the snails in the garden have been having   "a right birthday,"  as my Mother would have said.  La...

June 4, 2019

The best concert ever!!! was one of the complimentary comments at the end of our performance.

The concert went really well.  We were well prepared by Ash and we all enjoyed taking part in the concert.  It was a vey hot evening and fans were a necessary item.

Maureen...

May 20, 2019

.  I actually like going to Farndon.  I'ts a very pleasant journey, the audience includes several old friends and the refreshments are delicious.

We had a choir of 21 and soloists.  Maureen provided all the superb accompaniment for all items except Ash's violin sol...

March 3, 2019

Having walked to deliver a parcel to a friend, I was pleased to find that the sprinkle of snow had all but disappeared.  The broken wrist from the fall last September regularly haunts me!

After the snowdrops and crocus, the hellebores and daffodils have triumphantly fan...

February 1, 2019

In what is usually a dismal month in the calendar, we had a lovely surprise in the garden,  A small flock of long tailed tits (four!) feeding on the fat ball feeder. In 43 years in this garden we have never had this variety of bird in the garden before but now see them...

December 24, 2018

This will be my last blog for this season.  We have been so busy with our Christmas programmes, I think we are all deserving of a lie down in a dark room.

The Carol Concert at the very impressive Masonic Hall in Mansfield was a first for the Masons they said, and from t...

December 3, 2018

After a mild Autumn so far, I wonder if we shall have any of the deep and crisp and even stuff.  A light dusting would accompany all our carol singing ..........but not the slippy stuff.  Recovering from a broken wrist I'm considering deleting the previous sentence!!!!...

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