3rd March – Stitching to river poems by Robert Crompton

Snowdrop embroidery No. 123 by Meg Williams

As well as reading the second part of the Seventh Song of The Poly-Olbion poem – see earlier blog – Robert read a poem of his own about a place along the Lugg that he visits regularly.

Trees along Pinsley Brook

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  1. Elaine Millard says:

    To see the results of my initial interest emails and letters from Jackie and then to sit at home in Yorkshire and spot my embroidered snowdrop with all the other beautiful ones ,wonderful to have been a participant from afar !

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    1. Thank you Elaine for all your wonderful contributions, added a personal dimension with the stories of your grandfather and his life around The Lugg in Presteigne. The final exhibtion of the snowdrops on at Herefordshire Archive and Records Centre at the moment looks fabulous. I’ll post some photos towards the exhibtion end, which is December 23rd, I know many visitors are enjoying seeing the snowdrops too.

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      1. Elaine Millard says:

        Thank you Jackie I am really looking forward to any photos you can send
        Elaine

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