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Richard on May 25th, 2013

An ancient artefact takes Ronald Blythe back in time THE long cold winter is running into a not-all-that-cosy May-time. But the blossom has missed the frosts, and the plum and greengage trees are very starry. My wildflower meadow is amazing, with everything from fritillaries to an about-to-burst campion, and over-wild tulips are filling it to the brim. […]

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Richard on May 18th, 2013

Henry and Linda moved out at the end of April and are now nicely set up in their new house in Long Melford. Henry asked me to say that they would be delighted to see or hear from any old friends now that they are settled in. You could also hear Henry at Long Melford […]

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Richard on May 18th, 2013

Ronald Blythe spends some time messing about in boats   TO THE Stour, to launch the John Constable, a fine barge, or lighter, on a fine day, the populace watching, the sun shining, and a young man in danger as in The Leaping Horse. I have been listening to Pepys on the radio, of course. But the replica […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 17 May 2013

  Some people think that the most important time in the Christian year is around the birth of Christ at Christmas, but it is actually Easter, when Jesus was crucified and rose from the dead. So getting things right at Easter is quite a big deal for those of us having to do it for […]

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Richard on May 11th, 2013

In May time, Ronald  Blythe’s thoughts turn to dancing   THE white cat is given to loftiness in her advancing years, sitting high up in fruit trees, and on the ledge of a Tudor chimney, purring away, looking down on us, bursting with achievement. As is the late and lovely spring. Never such a rush of flowers, such […]

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Richard on May 4th, 2013

Ronald Blythe takes time off to enjoy a picnic with the birds   “WE WILL have breakfast with the nightingales,” Romane announced; so off we drove through the waking town. Except for us, everyone was going to school or to work. The suburbs ended abruptly; then came a kind of overture to the marshes and rivulets, […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 3 May 2013