(Editor’s comment – Take time to read this interview and Fish’s thoughts on Christmas, both articles in their entirety. Exploring both points of view proved thought-provoking and rewarding. Have a lovely Christmas 😉 )
Food Stories from Ed Latter – Christmas
It’s that time of year again when friends and families collide to celebrate Christmas over food, fizzy wine, holly and mistletoe.
Join us in episode 2 of this story set in Pembrokeshire
If it hadn’t been for the spring storms… he might not have noticed the obituary notice at all.
For a long time after Ruby came to stay Monty would think back to how they had become reunited and give thanks. If it hadn’t been for the spring storms that had kept him landlocked that week and the necessity on one particularly chilly May night to light the woodburner, he might not have noticed the obituary notice at all.
There’s an old saying that comes from the early days of live television that goes ‘never work with children or animals’. It’s to do with their unpredictability. (‘Never work with … Read more…
Come and join children’s and young adult’s author, Eloise Williams. Find out about her life as a writer and what she’s up to in Pembrokeshire.
SO firstly, hello! I just wanted to introduce myself in a section I’ve very imaginatively called:
Who I am
Well, I’m a person who writes for kids and young adults (as you might have guessed from the title) and
Well, Calan actually appeared at Roch Village Hall – due to fire damage at Cuffern Manor an alternative venue was required – but this was great news as the larger venue allowed for an additional forty people to enjoy the performance.
As promised, here’s a snippet from Calan’s show. Do take a look and listen to their albums on iTunes by clicking on the button below….