We Call The People That We Love Inside: by Gail Foster

We received this poem from Gail this morning, rather current and especially lovely, but that’s our Gail; poem is good too!! Re-blogging from her site, please follow the link to read.

The shops are shut. Our hearts are open wide Before we put the Closed sign on the door We call the people that we love inside ‘Last orders at the bar!’ the barman cried Our days of wine and roses are no more The pubs are shut. Our hearts are open wide The schools are […]

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Opportunity: The Wharf Theatre, Devizes seeks volunteer ushers — The Arts in Wiltshire

The Wharf Theatre has been offering high quality theatre and diverse entertainment to audiences in the Devizes area for decades. The beautiful converted barn sits next to the busy Kennet

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Take the Imberbus from 17th August

This year’s main Imberbus event will be held on Saturday 17th August 2019 when we expect to use more than 25 old and new Routemaster buses to operate from Warminster to Imber and other points on Salisbury Plain. We will … Continue reading →

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Mass microwaving of hundreds of thousands at Glastonbury Festival – here’s the video evidence — THE HOLISTIC WORKS

 

I wrote an article a few days ago about how we tested the EMF frequencies around the Glastonbury Festival site last weekend – before the masses arrived – in which our electromagnetic frequency meter was bleeping alarmingly and flashing red. Since then, we’ve received reports that some people are experiencing classic symptoms associated with 5G […]

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Survey: Make Some Noise – help shape the future of accessible music making — The Arts in Wiltshire

Calling all Music Educators, Music Makers, and Music Retailers. Earlier this year, Youth Music entered into a partnership with Creative United (who run Take it Away), OHMI, Drake Music, and OpenUp Music to work together bring more adapted and specialist musical instruments into the mainstream. One of the first things we’re working on is a piece of research […]

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‘The Blacksmith’s Craft’; John Girvan at Wiltshire Museum, by Gail Foster

Gail Foster takes a visit to John Girvan’s exhibition at Wiltshire Museum:

Read it here: ‘The Blacksmith’s Craft’; John Girvan at Wiltshire Museum