‘Lines and Wrinkles’ – Hastings Battleaxe goes to print

Well, not actually Hastings Battleaxe, me.  A collection of my poems, ‘Lines and Wrinkles’ was launched last Friday to mark my 70th Brthday – of which, more in the next post. This is just about…

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Monk’s House, Rodmell – a visit with Hastings Battleaxe

Well, this will be the last blog post before my Big Birthday at the end of this week.  Exciting things are afoot – will reveal all after the day! Last week we went with old…

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Surviving in a time of political melt-down…

Surviving? Can Battleaxe do anything apart from surviving in a time of political melt-down? Well, not much apart from a few small things, and this post lists them. But maybe I should forget politics and…

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Thinking about the Hastings Contemporary

Well, it is too hot to be outside…. over 30 degrees. The baby seagulls on the roof are panting, beaks agape.  And, today, Boris Johnson has become Prime Minister. Dark times are here. So, let’s…

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Hastings Old Town Open Gardens

Today, Battleaxe and Philosopher visited some Hastings Old Town Open Gardens, in aid of St Michael’s Hospice.  Yet another bright sunny day…. how do these garden owners manage with their watering? I seem to spend…

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