Proofing and Invites…

Exciting times, so much is happening. So I wanted to share a quick update with you. Book  #3 ‘After the Light, After the Love’ is at the moment being proofed and is very nearly ready for release. The pre-orders are stacking up and I’m hoping you will enjoy it as much as the other two […]

Brian Wilson 

Brian Wilson came to Glastonbury yesterday and brought with him the music from his Pet Sounds album, originally recorded in 1966. In the beautiful hauntingly lit grounds of Glastonbury Abbey, the air was heavy with excitement as the huge crowds awaited a living legend. I’ve always wanted to see him live and I finally got […]

Backpacks, Glitter and Wellies.

Nothing says it’s festival time in Glastonbury better than the increasing viewings of skimpy clothing paired up with wellies. It’s that time of year again that people turn up in the small town of Glastonbury looking for the festival. It adds colour to the town as the regular visitors, sadly but sensibly, avoid Glastonbury and […]

Beltane

A time to celebrate, have fun and decorate your houses in may flowers and welcome the coming of Summer. A time of growth and fertility a time to be happy and start new projects. Welcome the Spring festival of Optimism. In modern days we refer to it as May Day but it’s far more than […]

Dragon Celebrations.

If you find yourself with a free day tomorrow you should visit the amazing town of Glastonbury in Somerset. There’s going to be all sorts of fun going on.  The Maye Fayre will be marked by a Dragon procession around the town and up to the magical Tor. It will all come to a close […]

Glastonbury Frost Fayre

Come and visit us in Somerset today, it’s out Frost Fayre, a day of merriment and interesting shops, a chance to do your Christmas shopping and buy things you won’t see anywhere else. Artisans gather with stalls all through the town. The shops are unusual all year round and are even more sparkly today. The […]

National Rat Catchers Day

Truly I kid you not….. today really is National Rat Catchers Day, I love following these national days but so far I think this is the strangest. According to a website (I’m not taking any blame for this one!)  today commemorates the story of the Pied Piper of Hamelin. It’s also a day to say […]

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