Paul looks at gardening Superstitions
Gardening Superstitions Fact or Fiction
Recent research has brought age old beliefs bearing on the personality of plants and their links with human life into fresh prominence. Recent investigations have helped to shed some light into various plant folklore, which had often been confirmed by eye witnesses from earliest times, including communication between plant and plant and plant and plant owner and the ability of plants to reveal events.
John returns to the Global Warming debate
Climate Change, Peak Oil Nuclear Power. No more time to argue I’m going to do something!
I’d like to respond to Peter Bodle and Ron Watts. In our monthly debate(saga) about Nuclear power. Gentlemen it seems you feel able to challenge my statements as “disputable” or “questionable” without acknowledging that your own assertions are also “questionable” etc. Of course all arguments are refutable. All facts are disputable. Peter you dismiss my four page tract two months ago with short shrift calling for hard facts. In the context of Climate change and rising sea levels I suggest that buoyancy aids are more appropriate now than arguing about hard facts.
A report on the latest fund raising event for Little Oaks
A HUGE thank you to everyone who visited our craft fair on Saturday the 7th November. We managed to attract more people through the door than last year, but still not as many as we’d like!! So watch this space for the date of the next one!!
More quirky dictionary definitions
LADYSHIP Any boat named after a queen
GELIGNITE Inflammable oil-jelly
DAMPEST A ‘perishing’ nuisance
ESCAPADE Charity for tunnelling POW’s
Minutes of the November meeting of Wereham parish Council
Minutes of the Wereham Parish Council meeting held on Tuesday 10th November 2009 at 7.30 p.m. in the Village Hall
Present: P. Markwell Chairman, Mrs. Everitt, Mrs. Newell, P. Norris, D. Pickston, C. Humphries together with Peter Morris from W.N.V.C.A. and three members of the public.