Poppit

24 Jun 19
Life With Pops

Our last holiday was to Majorca and I was the most horrid rotten beast for most of the week, no amount of all inclusive food or alcohol (whoops) could console me. I even shouted at my other half that it was the worst holiday ever (after he had spilled chocolate milkshake on my head – […]

24 Jun 19
Transcultural Knowledges

By Jaqueline Howard for ABC7KVIA Squirrel monkey chirps filled a small ranch-style building in north Gainesville, Florida — a chorus that made Kari Bagnall’s smile swell even wider. She covered her grin with a medical mask, calmly walked to the middle of a climate-controlled room and greeted each of the 26 monkeys. There were about […]

24 Jun 19
Starrleena's Stories

Overview Whenever someone concluded that a loss, illness, or death was caused by witchcraft, the accuser entered a complaint against the alleged witch with local magistrates.  If the complaint was credible, magistrates had the accused arrested and brought before public examination – an interrogation where magistrates usually pressed the accused to confess. If the magistrates […]

11 Jun 19
We Accept Pets

Cefn-Du Holiday Cottages, Crymych, Pembrokeshire https://www.weacceptpets.co.uk/Pembrokeshire/1637 Cefn Du Farm is pronounced (KEVIN DEE) is a working farm is within a short distance from the village of Crymych, set in the base of the Preseli Hills and a short drive from the glorious Pembrokeshire coast with its famous coastal walks. There are three types of accommodation […]

03 Jun 19
I, James Laurie

I recently began a walk along the Ceredigion Coastal Path which, as part of the Wales Coast Path, runs from Cardigan in the south over 60 miles to Ynyslas on the northern edge of the county. This is my diary of the event. Friday 24th May 2019 16:45 Location: Somewhere between Mwnt and Aberporth Mileage: […]

03 Jun 19
UK GLBTQ Fiction Meet

Though the sun certainly isn’t shining every day, there’s no denying Britain is finally heating up for another year. So, to mark this glorious occasion of good friends, barbecues and even better books, some of the UK Meet team have shared what a summer read means to them. Charlie What does a summer read mean […]

27 May 19
Steve Roach Pembrokeshire Coast Path 2019

Parrog (Newport) to Poppit Sands Slept really well for the first night for a while, in the comfort of the camper.  Got up just before 7.  Had some breakfast and set off walking at 7.30 having arranged to meet Carol at Ceibwr Bay at about 11.30.  The tide was in so walked round the estuary […]

25 May 19
Luce thinking

Can you bear to hear about another morning of paddling? If not, look away now. Some things are just perfect. I’m at my scruffy old desk in a silent house, and by my right hand is a large mug of coffee. The mug is fine bone china, and the coffee is strong, my favourite blend, […]

01 May 19
Homebrew Finds

Used 5 Gallon Cornelius Style Ball Lock Kegs via Adventures in Homebrewing [expand title=”More Info”] From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability: Pressure tested 5 gallon, stainless steel, cornelius style tank. These tanks are guaranteed to hold pressure. 25″ tall and 8.5″ diameter. Tanks will show normal wear and […]

31 May 19
RNZN Communicators Association

The following Sailors ‘Crossed the Bar’ during the month of May 2019. Details of funerals etc can be found by clicking HERE. MORLAND, William Bernard (Bill) HORLER, Malcolm David (Max) PO Seaman DRUMMOND, Brian David Lyall RNZNVR WESTERSON, Harold Henry (Harry). Leading Seaman SEEQUE, Neil Holmes LUNDY, Eric David (Ric) ELLIS, James Philip (Jim) MATHISON, […]

18 Apr 19
Look Into My Lenz

I share a bedroom with my 72 year old  grandma with dementia. She’s been living with us full time for about a year. She sleeps in the other bed in my room. She’s a very happy-go-lucky, loopy dementia’d grandma. We call her Poppit (which is a term of endearment for children in England). She has […]

28 May 19
Homebrew Finds

The Steam Slayer via Brew Hardware is designed to eliminate the need to vent steam from your brewing room. [expand title=”More Info”] From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability: The Steam Slayer(tm) is a brand new product that eliminates the need to vent steam from your brewing room. More and more […]

15 Apr 19
Homebrew Finds

Used 5 Gallon Cornelius Style Ball Lock Kegs via Adventures in Homebrewing From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability: Pressure tested 5 gallon, stainless steel, cornelius style tank. These tanks are guaranteed to hold pressure. 25″ tall and 8.5″ diameter. Tanks will show normal wear and tear. May have […]

01 Apr 19
Homebrew Finds

Used 5 Gallon Cornelius Style Ball Lock Kegs via Adventures in Homebrewing [expand title=”More Info”] From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability: Pressure tested 5 gallon, stainless steel, cornelius style tank. These tanks are guaranteed to hold pressure. 25″ tall and 8.5″ diameter. Tanks will show normal wear and […]

27 Mar 19
Covered In Flour

(Busted – that’s a picture from Chipping Camden, not from Rye, the village of E.F. Benson’s residence and, famously, his inspiration for “Tilling.”  But can’t you just imagine these windows right into a 1920s series about conniving social climbers in an English village?) Prepare for social domination… domination… domination… E.F. Benson’s Mapp and Lucia novels are […]