Tag Archives: The North Pier Blackpool

Strange times – celebrations – love – loss and poetry

Thank goodness that the sparkle of light on leaves can still lift my mood. A walk on the beach and sunlight on the sea has the same effect.                            … Continue reading

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Marionettes never age, but their owners do!

A few  marionettes from our attic – now in storage! A tiny bit of puppet history background Puppet companies in Europe certainly in the 60s, were often subsidised by the state. There was also a culture of street theatre, particularly … Continue reading

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