Monthly Archives: October 2011

ODE TO AN OLD CAR. By Tom Parr (with apologies to Pam Ayres)

I WISH I’D LOOKED AFTER ME CAR. I’VE RIDDEN IT FAST AND I’VE RIDDEN IT FAR. I IGNORED ALL THE RUST THAT GATHERED BENEATH AND THE JUDDERING WHEELS THAT RATTLED ME TEETH. OH, I WISH I’D LOOKED AFTER ME CAR. … Continue reading

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DRIPPING WITH DIAMONDS by Charlotte Cash

Rachel slammed the door behind her and stamped the rain off her feet.

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FREE-CHOICE CHEMISTRY LESSON By Charlotte Cash

End of term. I suppose Sir had run out of ideas. We are a demanding set. Anyway, he said we could choose our own activity. I assembled my ingredients, mixed them up and sniffed. It smelt alright so I drank … Continue reading

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HIGHAM WRITERS NEWS – Oct / Nov 2011

Hi there to both new and old visitors to the Higham Writers web page. The site has been up and running since May this year, mostly due to the efforts of our friend John Parkinson from PENINSULA TIMES our local … Continue reading

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