Dry, brittle split ends?
Have you joined in with the knit/crochet a poppy for Remembrance Day 2021?
The project – instigated by Hedgeley Women’s Institute – has already inspired several people to have a go at knitting or crocheting woollen poppies to be displayed in the Powburn Community Garden, near the Breamish Valley War Memorial, for the Remembrance Day 2021.
something beginning with…
something the colour of…
We all know, or should know, that water has the potential to cause devastation. How many times have we heard stories of cars being swept downstream, when a driver attempted to drive through a flooded ford only a few centimetres deep?
The Ingram Show Committee regrets that, owing to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Ingram Show & Sports scheduled to take place on Saturday 11 September 2021 has been cancelled.
Anyone know of, or even remember, The Spinners? Not our own Northumberland Spinners but the British folk group that peaked at number 14 in the album charts in 1971. Yes, a long time ago, eh? Well, the first LP I ever bought (for the younger ones among us, this is what’s currently called ‘a vinyl’) was ‘Black and White’ by The Spinners. It featured a song unsurprisingly called ‘Black and White’, the third verse of which reads as follows:
Well, I think we’re all agreed that 2020 was quite a year! Sometimes it seems to have dragged and dragged and, at other times, it seems to have flown by. Regarding the latter, I can hardly believe that a year’s gone by since I was photographing Liddle Lamzy Diveys.
As we move through Spring, one of the distinctive features of the Crawley Dene landscape is the re-growth of swathes of wild garlic. The pungent smell of garlic drifts through the Dene, carried on light, warm breezes.