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NEW FOREST PLAYERS

Good to see my play PLACE OF REFUGE on stage for New Forest Players 90th Anniversary Winners’ Week, one of six performed, a third evening performance during a very hot week which limited audience numbers. A very strong performance was put … Continue reading

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NEW FOREST PLAYERS AT 90.

The New Forest Players are celebrating their ninety years of theatrical performance this week following their playwriting competition with six one act plays, three for a younger audiences, three for older audiences. My play PLACE OF REFUGE is one of … Continue reading

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JULY

I’m a little ahead of myself; through the heat of June days, July is approaching. For me it will be an exciting month on the writing front. In the third week of July the New Forest Players are celebrating their … Continue reading

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THE SAGA OF THE HOUSE MARTINS…

… continues. After many blank days – and reports around the country of the lack of swifts, swallows and martins this summer – a pair of martins were here on Friday fluttering up to eaves, checking last years nests, both the … Continue reading

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SPRINGTIME

Or is it summer? Two months have passed since the last posting, eight weeks, from March snow and April rain, a lot of it more than 20 inches in the two months combined here at Fordhollow, to May sunshine. Now, on … Continue reading

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WINTER, AGAIN.

The winter months are passing, or we thought they were until March’s snow interruptions, two weekends apart. Unusual snow that was so fine you didn’t feel it was amounting to much until you realised it was a full cover, accumulating … Continue reading

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BLACKBIRD

My friendly Blackbird. In truth, he is a belligerent character, set on defending his territory as any good cock bird should. The problem is that the interloper he spies advancing onto his patch is his own reflection as the sun shines … Continue reading

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