Highgate House, A Sundial Venue
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... I took Allen home and we all got ready to head back for the evening. It was a fabulous event where they gave away over £80,000 to about 80 different local worthy causes. Fabulous injection of money back into struggling little communities. Then it was on for one and all, with free drink and food to be consumed, it didn't take long for the bulging buffet tables to be looking lighter. Great to be part of a special ...
... the rest of their family but we might get a chance next week. After dropping Auntie Pauline off at her home we headed back to Allen and Jane's place. We arrived back just as Jane and her friend Pauline were starting on the food preparation for tomorrow nights presentation night. So mum and I were in listed into helping, cooking chicken, boiling and peeling 12 dozen eggs, cooking little sausages. Then the cleaning up when we had done enough cooking. It was great to be able to help ...
... the ones who you can let your guard down for, who you can ugly cry in front of (not that I’d know anything about THAT... ahem). In this family, no matter what you’re going through be it good or not so good, you know you will be understood, valued, safe, and most importantly, loved. To those of you who are leaving – you will be missed. You have helped to shape this group of people into ...
... would seem that there was some sort of dead thing discarded somewhere close by – possibly quite a big dead thing, like a dog or a fox, maybe.
The birds flew off before Julie could get any decent pics and we also moved away to put some distance between ourselves and the stench! Further down the lane there was a small car park with access to a couple of nature reserves. We walked down the bank of Northampton’s River Nene for a few hundred yards and ...
... Yellowhammers, our new bird for the week, the nearby owl having disappeared into the long grass.
Upon returning to the car we were approached by a gentleman who fancied a chat and told us about his recent cattle purchases and a trip to the races that wasn't too successful. He was actually waiting to observe the hunt that was in progress. From what we could see, what was going on here was as illegal as last years riots - a group of people ...