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Rudyard Kipling at Bateman's - loved it!

A wonderful place and in my view one of the most friendly National Trust houses we have visited.

Most of us know about Rudyard Kipling’s work which included The Jungle Book and Just So Stories, so what a privilege to have a chance to almost step into his shoes and walk round the house and garden that he loved. 683 more words

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Just a personal memory of Richard Attenborough

A film maker that got to the heart of how things really were. I only met him once on the set of the feature film ‘Oh What a Lovely War’ where he directed our marionettes. 69 more words

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An awful bank holiday

Had to find something to cheer up such a dull day

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I’ve never been into soup and jam making but found myself  creating soup out of a giant courgette and a couple of tomatoes from the allotment.   48 more words

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ONCA opens it's doors again.

Not sure how I missed earlier events including one called ‘A Living Forest’ linked to the Born Free Foundation. But I was glad to be invited to a story telling and poetry event tonight, which means that after problems with funding ONCA is up and running again. 432 more words

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Unusual bits and bobs in the garden

   

Nightlight holder, the small scarecrow (a present) an old sundial, one gnome, a cactus in a cracked aquarium on it’s side. two coloured parrots (another present) a web provided by a spider and some of those ducks, now that the wood has mellowed they look quite good. 10 more words

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Dancing With Words

What a brilliant title and what a talented lot they all are. ‘Dancing With Words’ written as a result of a class in Portslade run by Bridget Whelan to produce a highly readable book in aid of Martlets Hospice. 193 more words

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