More excellent news for our wines! The United Kingdom Vineyard Association Wine of the Year awards were released last week, and six of our wines were named winners. 136 more words
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The most recent Meeting of the Mercian Parliament House, held on the 5th July, saw Baron Cahill’s National Liberal government decisively topple the first major piece of legislation tabled by the Loyal Opposition. 686 more words
"America, you're free to think as long as you think like us" or "Are people really taking a guy named Cooter seriously?"
Man do people ever get in an uproar over a piece of decorative cloth, yes folks I’m talking about flags here. Over the past few weeks you may have noticed it’s been all the rage in the news about the Confederate Flag and if it should or should not be flown. 1,467 more words
After several days away from the keyboard, I am back and beginning the long process of catching up. Even after some seriously severe pruning, the inboxes are blossoming and the emails seem to be setting seed and cross pollinating quicker than wildflowers. 459 more words
A group from Fernwood earned bragging rights in the French sport of petanque as they defeated opponents from Newark’s twin town.
With the trophies they were presented with after the petanque competition in St Cyr-sur-Loire, France, are, left to right, Mrs Denise Proctor and her husband, Mr John Proctor, and Mrs Josie Pikett, all of Fernwood. 499 more words
We are becoming a generation of blamers and whiners….get ready kids, here comes a rant.
We blame the banks for overdraft charges when it was us that spent too much of our money and didn’t balance our budget. 873 more words