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2016 Virgin

My BMFL L. keeps going on about she wants me on tinder as she wants me to start dating.
Now I am very skeptical about Internet dating. 753 more words

England

Wordy Rappinghood...

Gosh! I’ve been rushing around like a fly with a blue bottom for the past couple of weeks or so helping organise stuff for the various… 425 more words

Family Frolics

A tangent I had to follow...

The writings of Irish Roman Catholic Katharine Tynan-Hinkson have distracted me this morning, and I have come across the following moving extract which has both a Belgian and a Tunbridge Wells connection. 577 more words

Belgian Refugees

Those who helped

I’ve been hunting down the local people who worked tirelessly to support the town’s Belgian guests and have put up some new pages about the two committeees looked at so far – that for… 293 more words

Belgian Refugees

Common trees

I didn’t go out today intending to take pictures of the trees on the common.

Instead my plan was to practice doing a really long exposure on the rocks. 94 more words

"Bravo, ye sons of Belgium"

Local sympathy for Belgium’s plight was expressed in a variety of ways, including literary…

Charles CRABTREE, known locally as ‘the Grove poet’, of 14 Guildford Road, Tunbridge Wells, a retired draper and house agent, originally from Yorkshire, via Hastings, and a regular contributor of verse to the local press, composed the following poem which was published in the… 160 more words

Belgian Refugees

When the Wobbly Jelly met Mister Maker

When you are as big into crafting and making as The Wobbly Jelly is, and you’re also rather partial to an hour or two in front of CBeebies, there can’t be many better offers than a trip to the theatre to see Mister Maker and the Shapes Live, followed by a chance to meet the legend himself. 456 more words

Creative Craft Ideas