Monthly Archives: November 2016


From the Glumshire Echo November 2016 “Seagulls were not a police matter,” said Glumshire Constabulary; but Mrs Pippin, an 80 year old pensioner of Hall Close Selsey, who’d been attacked in her own garden, definitely didn’t agree. She told our … Continue reading

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Ode to Autumn

To a close, to a close, the garden offers it’s last rose To the wind and the rain and the clatter on the pane To the grass and the leaves, in earthy piles and sheaves To the birds with their … Continue reading

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