Thanks for popping in.
R A I N Y D A Y !!!
Much needed though.
Farmer Dave has been commiserating with the fields of maize
and the shortage of grass. Apparently, unless these things grow, there’ll be a shortage of fodder for the livestock later on.
There we sun worshippers are, enjoying the lovely dry weather,
getting the flip flops out and basking in it, when it potentially spells disaster for farmers and growers.
On the other hand, how often do the heavens open on village fetes and street celebrations? And our hearts go out to the poor organisers and vendors. This weekend past, there was a wonderful Food Festival in the Pantiles, and how super to see the crowds out in force, and the stallholders doing a cracking business.
Especially food! Sell it or bin it, I suppose.
At least stamps and Groovi don’t go off.
One of my favourite expressions, when a show doesn’t do what it should, or what we hoped, is:
“Aren’t we glad we aren’t selling Victoria sponges?!”
Ever the optimist….
We thought this was an ingenious take on a cocktail bar:
Beetle Juice. How cool is that?!
So yes, the Food Festival in the Pantiles was a resounding success, firstly because the sun was shining, and secondly because the sun was shining.
and sunshine brings the crowds out….
Which just goes to show, there are always two sides to a coin.
One man’s meat is another man’s poison.
Yin and Yang.
It goes on….
It’s true though, isn’t it?
When it snows, we adults usually go straight to disaster zone,
black ice, perilous roads.
Whilst children and the young at heart squeal with delight and get the dustbin lids out for a sledding session!
We have a big event planned in June.
The biggest event of the year for us at Clarity.
OPEN DAYS IN EAST SUSSEX
It’s only about 15 minutes down the A26 from Tunbridge Wells Pantiles actually! And about 45 minutes north of Brighton.
So if you fancy exploring a very lovely part of England, and combining it with our annual bonanza, why not carpe diem, and come on down.