Monthly Archives: June 2017


    Long day’s dawn, chill winds abate Sunlight eager for the day Releasing soft green scents of earth With vibrant moving colour-scapes Sea green branches waving at the blue And sun-dried soil which reddly glows Bold bees bumble trembling … Continue reading

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In Littleton Village Hall there’s a subdued hubbub in the tiny side room where a dozen young girls wait excitedly for their interview. Among the faded and out of date posters and flyers on the notice-board, we see a “Call … Continue reading

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