Saturday, 2 June 2018

A New Set Of Characters


The new Trelawnyd community Association had their open afternoon today in the village hall and it was nice to see a new set of characters coming into the spotlight as we , the committee from the Flower Show step back into the shadows .
Information from the friendship group and choir stood alongside the flyers for the folk music concerts, newly proposed youth club, art and craft group, women's institute and environmental society and even the local archery club brought a full scale target in the shape of a wild boar to advertise their presence .
One wag who stopped by my table ( I was bigging up the village afternoon tea party event in July btw ) suggested that we use the archery club to remove Irene from the church field!

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  1. The archery club brought a wild bore? You mean the local vicar - Canon Rowland?

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    1. I love the way you do your research

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  2. The Archery Club doesn't stand a chance against Irene.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. It would be a challenge certainly

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  3. Nice to have a Community Association. Seems to be an activity or social event for everyone if they want to get involved. Poor Irene. Do you think she will ever be captured?

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    1. Tranquizer guns?

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    2. Maybe a properly trained working sheep dog Is the answer

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    3. Cathy... soay sheep cannot be herded like ordinary sheep . They don't follow the rules

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    4. A large animal vet with a tranquilizer dart might be your best answer, (two darts, one for Irene and one for ????)

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  4. I admire Irene ... No one tells her what to do ! :)

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  5. Irene is a free spirit...she deserves to run free.

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  6. Sounds like there is a healthy group of volunteers taking on community work. That's good. Although it can feel bad to be replaced :)

    Irene, get your running shoes on, girl . . .

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  7. Good, honest, people.

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  8. I hope you explained Irene is not to be treated that way.

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  9. Attendance looks a bit sparse John - hope it all keeps going - they have your years of jolly hard work (and sense of humour) as a shining example.

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    1. You are used to seeing flower Show crowds .......there was a small steady stream of people

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  10. I hope the newbies are as hardworking and dedicated as the 'old guard'.

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  11. Good night, Irene.

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  12. Irene is a rock star! She's a fox under all that wool!

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  13. I wondered if the woman was serious,having a laugh or meaning perhaps the archery club would help catch her.If she was thinking it funny to visualize being shot at & terrified-shes a very cruel woman x

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    1. Sorry John & sorry lady.I do tend to overreactt to anything to do with animals xx

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  14. Life goes on eh. Maybe if Irene joined the association she would come into the hall ;)

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  15. New blood is always good, but just make sure the archery club doesn't take that literally.

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  16. We don't want to be picking up a pierced sheep ... keep the archery club away 😉🙃

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  17. I am feeling that Irene has plans all her own. Ever read 'Animal Farm'? Better watch your back!
    Yes, I concur with Debra above.....new blood is SO good to any organization.

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  18. Good to read that townspeople want to get involved. As you know, it might be hard work but it is fulfilling.

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