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Happy to report that the hearing aid has been returned to its grateful owner.
Found this morning on the footpath just up from the cemetery — now awaiting collection from the Newsagents.
Obviously I missed thanking more village stalwarts in my previous contribution, so hats off to Paul Couch, Andrew McCLINTOCK for once again collecting the small trees Nickie Dakin for donating the big tree and Jonathan Gleave and his team for the erecting said tree. Once again the village looks real Christmas at night time Thanks to all helpers in these trying times Well done done teams Bob McClintock
In this case, I would personally not interfere with nature.
Cheers up the centre of the village in these trying times Thanks to ADAS , Mike and Dolita. Bob McCLINTOCK
Alison I'm not sure that I remember your sister, but I do remember you your Father&Mother
I did come to your home many times as we were growing up, quite a few years ago now.
I am very sorry for your loss, as my Husband died earlier this week so I do know how you must be feeling I send all my best wishes to you & your sisters family.
Sheila Harrison nee Tapley
2 separate swans have been spotted, crying out for their mate. One on the canal at bridge 82 and one near cox bank end — if they are a pair, could they be can be reunited? I tried RSPB but only taking emergency calls.
Hi Nigel. As I posted the article I will email my contact at CE and tell them.
Well there's good news and bad. The Good, Adderley Lights will continue to entertain folks for some time, The Bad news is the completion date for the works has been put back 13 months to 23:59 on 31st Dec 2021. Celebrate or commiserate as is your wont.
Did anyone else follow up on the AOL article 16/11/2020 ref "Footpath Volunteers" I've had no real response from CE other than a automated acknowledgment.
I was SuzieW — my imagination knows no bounds.
Discovered my walking stick missing this morning. Last used Monday 23rd November around Audlem. It is a silver grey Eurohike Anti-Shock telescopic pole (and I did not replace the sticker on it with my contact details ). Pete Lambert. 07767481528
I was just saying... just saying
Got to say names are a good step forward.However, the sod demise of Blimp will be mourned by many contributors and readers alike R I P Bob McClintock
Like the real names. A level playing field!
I of course meant choir not quire, I wasn't concentrating properly.
I would like to add to Peter Morgan's article that all bell towers sway when the bells are ringing. As you can imagine when bells are turning nearly 360 degrees at different times and you consider the weight of them it becomes part of the excitement of actually ringing. Of course some towers are worse than others, particularly those standing alone such as Wybunbury and the tower in Crewe. It can be quite alarming if you are sitting out with your back to the wall feeling it sway and watching the light in the middle of the ringing chamber swing from side to side. I find the whole experience exhilarating and look forward to being able to ring again.