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Let Wise Nature Work Her Will

“The days dwindle down to a precious few … September …”

I’m afraid that this has been an undesirably busy month.  “My September in Cricket” 147 more words



My Other Half has taken a car full of glass to Market Harborough.  It is the AGM of the Carnival Glass Society there this weekend and they have a jolly Knees Up, interspaced with lots of Carnival Glass. 167 more words


We are busy at the moment.

My Other Half is sorting glass and I am indulging in a feast of books.

It is the Carnival Glass Society AGM at the weekend in Market Harborough and he is filling a few boxes of treasures he wants to take to show off and even maybe sell.  363 more words

Residential 1

So the 28th-29th of June I went away for the weekend on a residential for the first time to in relation to the board scheme Soft Touch Arts have got me involved in, ran by the Mighty Creatives. 211 more words


Borough Training - new times for u12s and u16s

All primary school aged teams continue to train at Symingtons at 09:30 on a Saturday morning.

The u12s and u16s teams are now training from 11:00 at Symingtons. 17 more words

Sole2Soul: Boot and Shoe Snippets

Facts about the Falkner exhibit from my research at Market Harborough Museum.

  • In 1831 Pigot’s Directory records that Harris Falkner, boot and shoe maker, had a shop in the Sheep Market, Market Harborough.
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Centre For New Writing

Return from our adventures in Utopia (& only 4 minor injuries sustained).

So we’re back, from outer space – and by outer space I mean a large country estate near Northampton.  To be fair, at times it was almost like being on another planet (but that’s just the beauty of festival life). 1,638 more words