I was just meandering around the internet (as you do) when I came across this; ‘Full list of the 331 Tory MPs who voted against weekly testing of NHS and care staff…’. My first thought was who in their right mind, no matter what political party they belonged to would vote against such aContinue reading Full list of the 331 Tory MPs who voted against weekly testing of NHS and Care staff
I am aware that in these unusual times there are probably more important things to write about than ‘The mysterious case of the incessantly barking dog of Trinity Mead’. But this is something that has been concerning me for some time now. And as the strange effects of these plague-ridden times change our lives bothContinue reading The mysterious case of the incessantly barking dog of Trinity Mead
Sent to Erica Whyman (RSC) via Twitter. ‘Here’s an idea. Why not use ‘The Dell’ (Open air theatre space in RSC Gardens Stratford upon Avon) to give an all day (?) sonnet reading. Single actors reading a single sonnet. Charge 50 people to come in (for a set period of time?) and be responsible forContinue reading Sent to Erica Whyman (RSC) via Twitter.
I have to say it is a great pleasure to say to those who gave up their own leisure time to visit us here in Stratford over the past few days… Stratford upon Avon welcomes The Immune and their brave efforts to Take Back Control. Somebody has to do it. They swarmed (copyright The Sun)Continue reading Stratford upon Avon welcomes The Immune and their brave efforts to Take Back Control.
Councillor Dominic Skinner’s ideas about pedestrianisation (This week’s Herald) in Stratford upon Avon are of course nothing new. The idea that removing traffic from areas where there are a lot of pedestrians is a good and safe thing to do, has been mooted on a number of occasions, certainly since I graced Stratford upon AvonContinue reading Stratford District Council Leader’s ‘Trumponian’ response to Pedestrianisation
I’ve just had the most amazing riverside lockdown walk. Since we’ve been cut off from the rest of ‘civilisation’, I, like many others have chosen the river paths as a great place to exercise. The scenery, the river itself, the wildlife, all the usual things always make this lockdown walk, special. But hey, today’sContinue reading Lockdown Walk
A member of the audience at the ‘Happy days are here again’ Brexit talk by local MP Nimby Zahawi-Heep, who came over a bit dodgy and collapsed has been confirmed as being the latest victim of the ‘Boredonna’ Virus. A member of the public who wishes to remain anonymous and was at the MP’S talkContinue reading ‘Boredonna’ virus strikes again