Monthly Archives: June 2013

GREEN EYES AND YELLOW EARRINGS. by Tom Parr

Maggie came in from the garden with an armful of flowers and a carefree smile on her lips. father then ruined her day. “Mrs. Sinclair phoned, and wants you to baby sit tonight. They’ve got to go to an important … Continue reading

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THE BANK ROBBERY by Ray Abinett

As I walked down the high street I saw that the clock on the outside of the Bank said 10 o’clock. I had never noticed that the bank had a clock outside before, probably because I didn’t normally use bank … Continue reading

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HIGHAM HERALD by Ray Abinett

Wedding of the Tears The wedding took place between Amelia Hartley-Brown, daughter of Lady and Sir Haverstock Hartley-Brown, and Wayne Boswell, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Boswell, at St Johns Church, Higham on Saturday 16th June 2012. Sir Haverstock … Continue reading

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A SLAP UP MEAL by Ray Abinett

131, one hundred and thirty one, shouted Mrs Brown, the Vicars wife. I looked down at my raffle ticket and couldn’t believe my eyes. I had the winning ticket. I had never won anything before. ‘Here we are. I have … Continue reading

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