Tag Archives: British Classic Car Hire

Falling behind?

Hello again!  Just a quick photograph of an oak longcase dial taken as I was adjusting the time, so an hours extra time as many people say, however as its sunny, I’m off to have a short walk in the … Continue reading

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A Delft Shelf Elf?

Hello all! I’m hoping that the weather today will be kind on us and the autumn tourists around Bibury. Many will know we have a visitors book, and it’s great when people sign it, really I’m interested in their town … Continue reading

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Picture This!

Hello again! Well, on a day where a picture almost self destructs at a major auction house, here is one I am researching, and finding a frame for before I can offer it for sale, most likely at slightly less … Continue reading

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Almost time!

Hello again! We’re back this Sunday, October 7th, opening at 10am, closing at 4pm. Refreshments served from around 1130. Stalls selling lots of goodies! Here is a clock which was for sale last month, will it still be for sale? … Continue reading

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Pinch, Punch, First of the month! (Again!).

Hello all. The title was a saying of a dealer many of us used to know, and it’s still around, when I remember! My post today is to remind, or inform about our next event, this Sunday on October 6th … Continue reading

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“Little Reading” perhaps?

Hello all.  I’m pleased to say that looking into the future, I can see the next fair at Bibury Village Hall is full again! Pop along on 2nd September to see us, we open at 10am and close at 4pm. … Continue reading

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Calling All!

Hello, and as the harvest season and the warm weather seems to conitinue, some people in the country will remember seeing Corncrake becoming exposed as their shelter becomes our food when the fields are harvested. Years ago, it was a … Continue reading

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