FIRST IT'S MILK AND THEN IT'S EGGS! Home-laid eggs put out for sale on the High Street (at a fraction of supermarket prices) are the comestibles being pinched now, at least once by someone who then made a speedy get-away by car.
Also, they took the rhubarb as well. Is this some strange side-effect of the credit-crumble? Or rhubarb fool on the menu? Readers should be on the look out.
In this 2-month's worth bumper edition, there's the definitive Soapbox results and pictures Karters have been waiting for, a brilliant blow-by-blow account of the recent Bulbeck-Prior cricket match by Josh Willmot, tributes to much loved expublican Blind Bob who died last month, John Chalmers on RASPs latest planning victory and (our Village Meeting hopes) the National Trust's shortly-to -be Planning Flop for their new bridge. Together with much much more of course, even a learned dispute about Ecology between Mark Lewinski and moi. This sort of thing is always a risky pursuit in Swaffham Prior, where you can be sure that the ex -President of the relevant Royal Society will be lurking up some leafy driveway or other.
We need to get down to BVC, where every year, they host a great many fascinating adult-learning courses, but there's been a bit of a crunch in uptake recently, and it would be a shame if they stopped. Interested readers need to enquire- sorry we haven't been able to publish them.
Have a Great Summer Holiday everyone, and see you in ... .October!