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Tales from the Finchbottom Vale – (33) Love at a Gallop (Part 04)

Hazel’s first days training at Larkspur was on the afternoon of the 1 st of June. She was so grateful to Lynne for recommending her, it was perfect for her as the distance between her front door and the stables at Larkspur was less than a mile.
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Tales from the Finchbottom Vale – (33) Love at a Gallop (Part 03)

Chris Harper was from a wealthy Tipton family in the north of the county whose business was making money, lots of money, and they didn’t care what they had to do to make more. His father wanted to put him in harness the moment he left University. But he turned his back on the family and the business he despised and instead of University he joined the army.

Living On The Edge

Living On The Edge by Paul McCann Living on the edge and standing on a ledge, there’s no one’s next to you ,to try and help you through . If you don’...

Tales from the Finchbottom Vale – (33) Love at a Gallop (Part 02)

Hazel was almost 29 years old and had thought by the time she reached that age she would have been starting a family or perhaps had already started one and maybe that might have happened had her husband not gambled everything away.

Tales from the Finchbottom Vale – (33) Love at a Gallop (Part 01)

Copper Beech Farm is in the Dulcets, and the Dulcets consist of a collection of villages and hamlets such as Dulcet Meadow, Dulcet St Mary, Dulcet Green and Dulcet-on-Brooke to name but a few and After moving up to Copper Beech farm Lynda Radcliffe’s riding School went from strength to strength.

I could explain..

Falsities of whispered words, ring like a burglar alarm set off down the street on a Sunday. Stolen bikes from forgotten garages where spiders rest...
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Mornington-By-Mere – (33) For the Love of Gardening (Part 08)

“We have had a report that you are using a vulnerable person as slave labour” Mrs Dunne stated “I can guess who that was” Jeanne said with disgust “my brother Danny” “I can’t divulge the name of the complainant” she said “Bloody nerve” George said “He was here demanding that I pay Zachary’s wages to him, and I refused which is why he’s made a complaint”

Mornington-By-Mere – (33) For the Love of Gardening (Part 07)

George and Jeanne made love for the first time after their second date which didn’t altogether go as planned, because at a crucial point in the preceding’s George’s bad leg suddenly cramped up and he fell out of bed.