Supermoon tomorrow, don't miss it.
44 Posts Last Activity 16/11/2016
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The moon will be in perigee-syzygy, meaning the closest to earth, and 3 planets line up. For the photographers out there, the best time to take the shot will be around 13:53 gmt, don't miss it or you will have to wait 48 years for the next one.
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Reading a poem at a funeral
9 Posts Last Activity 25/10/2016
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My brother in laws funeral is next week, and I want to read a lovely poem. I've never done it before, he was so special to us all but I'm the sort of person that cries at the least thing ! Can't back down now, anyone got any ideas how I can get through this ?
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Social group for people 50+ living in Teeside
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Are you 50+, retired or semi- retired, living in Teesside and looking for a friendly social group to make new friends? Cleveland Outlook is a mixed social group who meet most Monday evenings at the Municipal Golf Centre in Middlesbrough and participate in an interesting and varied programme of activities. New members are always welcome. For further details visit the website; www.clevelandoutlook.com or telephone 01429836282
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Flooding
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It makes my blood boil to see the money we send abroad and we struggle to help people up north.Are we being governed by idiots .Their local MPs should be made to answer for their actions at local level and the money trough in London.Climate change ha!! Is every one on board now ? like hell.2wks of pomp by Cameron gets a maybe,deal with it now its time to look after this country.But of course Mr Osbournes budget is nearly blown where is that gone?local MPs get your hands dirty ,take responsibility go to London and speak up not have a jolly good time. You have my sympathy those that are flooded it seems it takes a tragedy as usual to happen before action is taken To the government I say get in the real world not your world

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Cider Making
1 Posts Last Activity 04/08/2015
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Primrose House Cider For the last 6 years all of the apples in the orchard at Primrose House have provided the local wildlife with winter food and our 2 sheep, Molly & Polly with their very own winter windfall. So when my neighbour Mike asked me what I was doing with my apples this year I jumped at the chance to make use of them. Mike had planted 300 cider apples trees several years ago and now had apples for cider, he had contacted a local cider maker to press the apples. So all I had to do was pick the apples up and take them round to the farm, several trips in the Landrover and over a ton of apples later, Mike and I got them pressed. We watched the cider maker build the cheese with our apples and the 100 year old cider press did its work. Mike got two ex-whiskey barrels, they hold 57 gallons each, so the ton of apples produced enough cider to fill them both, with plenty left over for Mark at Indnicknowle Farm. We went back a couple of days later to pick up the barrels which had been sugared to start the fermentation process off, with strict instructions on how to protect our home brew. My son-in-law and grandchildren helped me to make the barrel comfortable on its new stillage, but Charley and Ewan are too young to help sample the fruits of our labour. It’s approaching Christmas and the Cider has slowed down now, just a few bubbles now. When it’s ready in March, we’re having a party on the 29.3.15 so an open invite to any Silversurfers, if your down in Devon, drop round for a glass, bring your own food we’ll supply the cider.
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