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The exhibition judges Peter Driver, Debbie Page and Julian Belmont were invited from outside the village and were not familiar with any of the entrants. On learning that Harold was a dog, rather than a talented child, they were momentarily taken aback but quickly rallied and strongly defended their choice of winner, explaining that the artwork had all the necessary qualities to win the prize.
Harold, who is blind in his right eye, appeared to enjoy all the attention. Nick Brazil said he was very proud of his Collie cross, who had been an unwanted stray in Ireland, but not completely surprised at the latest turn of events as Harold hailed from the land of poets, bards and artists.
Whitchurch Society chairman Peter Smith said he was delighted that the judges had recognised the undoubtedly authentic but hitherto hidden talents of Harold, who might have been influenced by the early works of Jackson Pollock. Sunday, 25th November Either of these events causes a traffic delay.
During the evening rush hour yesterday both events happened at the same time, causing exceptional frustration to drivers held up on their journeys home. After a three minute discussion the articulated lorry set off across the bridge. Traffic flow in both directions stopped while the lorry driver tried to manoeuvre past the stranded car.
The car continued to cause delays until it was eventually Eric gill last essays later in the evening. Bridge Company director Geoff Weir said today that it is important to realise that the Company cannot prevent large lorries from arriving at the bridge. The Company believes that letting southbound lorries cross and turn is the best way to minimise traffic congestion in the village.
It was regrettable that yesterday the Toll Collector received a considerable amount of abuse from delayed drivers who seemed unable to control their frustration. Geoff said that he would be reporting the lorry owners to Trading Standards with a view to a prosecution, though for foreign lorries this is not as straightforward as for UK-registered ones.
Recently co-opted parish councillor Warren Beard commented that this is the fourth time in the last few months that an HGV has come in to the village, most probably following inappropriate Sat Nav systems, and he wondered whether better signage near the Crays Pond junction would help, with additional signs continuing toward Whitchurch Hill.
Also perhaps hefty fines should be imposed on HGV drivers arriving at the bridge, which might even raise money for village projects. Tuesday, 20th November This week Phil and Alec Wise started on the work at ground level.
Of these, 50 have names engraved on them and these are being replaced free of charge. Then, thanks to the generosity of many people, there are new engraved bricks. I could never have achieved my objective without the enormous help that I have received from Sally and Pete Woolhouse.
There are more in the Photo Gallery. The work follows the two Saturdays in the summer when volunteers scrubbed the existing bricks. See news archive 28th July and photo gallery 4th August. Wednesday, 14th November There are more photos in the Gallery. Friday, 09th November The family invites all who knew her to attend.
There are two children, Simon and Tamsin, and three grandchildren. In his retirement John Napier-Munn served as editor of the Whitchurch Bulletin and died in at the age of Wednesday, 07th November Here everyone will receive a special commemoration booklet called "Silence Rev Claire Alcock says she warmly welcomes those of all ages to either or both of these events.
Monday, 05th November The meeting was well attended and there are draft minutes which can be found, attached to the normal October minutes, on the Parish Council page. Some residents of Eastfield Lane who are affected by the proposals have been speculating on the manner in which these letters appear to have been organised.
The intention is to hire a specialist planning consultant to act as the representative of the village at the forthcoming SODC planning committee meeting, the date of which has yet to be announced.
The parish council is planning to help arrange transport for those wishing to attend the SODC planning committee meeting. The matter will be discussed at the parish council meeting on Tuesday 13th November. If you are happy to drive and offer a lift to others, or would like a lift, or would be interested in a minibus if one were available, please email the parish clerk.The Love poems of Shakespeare by Eric Gill and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at pfmlures.com Eric Gill is the author of Essay on Typography ( avg rating, ratings, 24 reviews, published ), Eric Gill's Masterpieces of Wood Engraving (/5(33).
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