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‘This year Aragon Day is on 27th July and will be in the garden of The Old Sun, Dunstable Street, Ampthill. We will start at 11.00am with a procession from outside St Andrew’s Church, through the town to The Old Sun. This is a lovely display by re-enactors for all to see and talk to. There will be Birds of Prey (from Shuttleworth British School of Falconry), a Surgeon, a Bowyer, an Executioner, a Story Teller where children can sit comfortably and listen to her tales. We have a cookery demonstration (which you can taste from) of Medieval, Tudor and 17th Century recipes with Professor Roland Rotherham, an acknowledged expert. A medieval/Tudor garden display and musician who will play on the instruments he has made. All this and more, is free and you can come and go as you please. For more information please ring Penny on 01525 841352.’ “Alameda Middle School in Ampthill are holding a cheese and wine tasting evening on Friday 12th July. The event starts at 7.30pm at Alameda School with lots of great wines to taste. Over 18’s only. Tickets are £13.00 per person or £25.00 per couple. Please call Karen Rabjohn 07846164948 for more details.”

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I was very pleased with Mellors considerable work on the eastern meadow, digging out the Ha-Ha to keep our ovine friends from wandering. I have also advised Duster IV that he should refrain from chasing them. I am now looking forward to completion of the water feature. I’ll let you know.


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VERBAL ETCHINGS FROM THE BIG OAK CHAIR At the moment Meerkat is recuperating from a severe case of ‘writers cramp’ due to the excessive signings in and out at several establishments throughout the town …. this exercise has worn Meerkat out and she needs rest. She also needs time to think about how she may be able to out do a certain St Geoffrey … he has been warned … revenge is best served cold!! Meerkat will be back in September but for the moment she has

loaned her column to her dear and zany friend The Duchess of Troll …D.O.T for short, who has tales of Bog Troll to relate …. the space is only on loan and on Meerkat’s return the Duchess will need her own space ….. story 1 … Feral Goats … Hello Folks …. someone has to do it, that is put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) to relate stories and tales of their family history and I have been elected for this mission. (impossible) Presently I am deep in research into the exploits of Bog Troll, my famous nephew; trouble is like most busy people getting him to sit

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down and talk to me is nigh near impossible! But they say there is no such word as can’t! In October and November he travels to North Wales, or the Valley of the Rocks in Lynton Devon, or to Lundy Island to watch the yearly rutting of the wild goats; thought to have been introduced by Neolithic man when they first crossed the channel over 5,000 years ago. About 1,500 years ago as they were taken to the mountains of North Wales to feed the lush pastures, some were left behind and multiplied. These feral goats are an imposing sight and worth

lying amongst the rocks to watch the head to head combat, even though Bog Troll himself is wary of these creatures. He recalls the tale of reading the story of “The Nanny Goat and Seven Kids” to his off springs., so to enforce science knowledge to them asks how many kids do goats have? .... because seven seems quite a lot. “I know “ came the reply from a little voice, “It’s sixteen” “How come” asks Bog Troll “Well there’s a television programme called “Sixteen kids and counting” …Must add this to the family tree. Cheers … D.O.T. Copyright reserved

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Happy Birthday to ‘Andy The Swede’ for the 26th July By Julio Van Peebles 1) Why do the ends of your fingers wrinkle up in the bath but not when you do the washing up? 2) At what point does fast food become slow food? 3) Do stairs go up or down? 4) Why does your sleeve always catch on the door handle? 5) Do sheep count humans to help them go to sleep? Julio’s Top Tip: Fool you're neighbours in to thinking you have a sauna by regularly walking to you're shed wearing just a dressing gown !!

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Babs went to help out at her friend’s school. During games she noticed a girl standing alone on one side of the playing field whilst the rest of the kids enjoyed a game of football on the other. Babs approached the girl and asked if she was all right and the girl said she was. A while later Babs noticed the girl still standing alone in the same spot, so she approached the girl again and started chatting. Sensibly, Babs then asked the girl why she was standing all by herself. ‘Because’ the girl said, exasperated, ‘I’m the goalie.’


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Why does someone believe you when you say there are four billion stars, but check when you say the paint is wet? Remember every cloud has a silver lining, and you can use silver to buy whatever you want. Life is very interesting if you make mistakes. The older you get the more difficult it is to lose weight. By then your body and your fat are really good friends. My friend’s husband is so silly that he is always happy ignorance is bliss. The only time a woman wishes she was a year older is when she is expecting a baby. Frustration is trying to find your glasses without your glasses. If you are bored you could try some dangerous sports - stand in front of the TV whilst football is on, give his oldest tattiest jumper to the charity shop or wash his car with a brillo pad. My RSI affects my computer hand - not my beer arm. Men socialise by insulting each other, but they don’t really mean it. Women socialise by complimenting each other, and they don’t really mean it either.

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Your wonderful photos keep coming in and a huge thank you to everybody. This month on the left, Pete tells us that you can get a Fuddler in The Maldives, and below is Irene with her Fuddler at the statue in memory of Steve Urwine, at Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast in Australia. Thank you! If you have any pictures of a Fuddler being read away from home please send them in to

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Remember in last month’s issue, where we announced our new game that had just begun, Did you find our Meerkat, where she was hiding after her short run. She was hidden in one of the pages, waiting to be found, And many of you did find her, and brought the details round. So now we have a winner, your prize is waiting at our store, The details can be found below, and we’ve decided to play the game some more. So hidden in the Fuddler little Meerkat needs to be found, Somewhere she’s been hidden, after all her running around. Just find the little Meerkat and tell us where she has been found, Write it down on a piece of paper and drop the details round. I would also like to thank the people who have dropped diaries in, Where our writer of Meerkat’s musings has spent time and has bin. They thought I wanted a record, of all that she has done, So thank you Mrs Meerkat for joining in the fun. (I won’t mention the pub ha ha ). Well now let me tell you about what’s new in your local store, Because in your local newsagent we offer our customers much more. We have a new range of books that start from just 99p A range of children’s and adults that you must call in and see. And we have updated our £3 pound meal deal that now includes some fruit, Which should make the man happy, who calls in, in his suit (you know who you are). But don’t forget we are still your local newsagent and still deliver newspapers to your door, So for information on our special offers please call into our store. MARTINS NEWSAGENT 17 CHURCH STREET AMPTHILL 01525 404096 The winner is ….Mr P Adams

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36 Dunstable Street, Ampthill Telephone 01525 634857 1500+ Ales from April 2010 THE PERMANENT BEER FEST SOUTH BEDS CAMRA PUB OF THE YEAR 2013 July is CaMRA Pub and Charity month

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Raffle for Keech Hospice Care, drawn on the night. Tickets on sale during the week. Thurs 25th - Sun 28th July CIDER & STRONG BEER FEST plus British Cheese platters 16 Ciders + 8 Strong Beers 10p per pint to Keech Hospice Care

Members of Ampthill & District Lions Club celebrated their 33rd Charter Anniversary on 12th May at Mount Pleasant Golf Club, Lower Stondon. A lovely venue and excellent food enjoyed by Lions members and guests including our District Governor John Savell and his wife Linda. We had great pleasure in presenting Linda with a cheque for £200 towards her charity for the year, Centrepoint. Several of our members were presented with awards for their services to the community. Laura Wood, the daughter of one of our members Alan Wood, took part in a sponsored swim for Marie Curie Cancer Care at Flitwick Leisure Centre. She completed over 100 lengths of the pool and we were delighted to donate £250 towards her sponsorship money. Our Fun Day for Adults with Learning Difficulties was held on Friday 7th June at Flitwick Leisure Centre. 80 Adults and Carers attended taking part in sports and activities with the help of Lions and the staff at the Leisure Centre. All went home very happy with a medal each presented by our President Bob Pledger. We would like to thank all the staff of Flitwick Leisure Centre for their support and help with this event. We will soon be advertising our Moonraker Sponsored Night Walk which will be held on Saturday 5th October 2013 around Flitwick Moor. Teams can take part on a 50/50 basis keeping half their teams money raised for their own cause or charity with half going to our Lions charity of the year. Watch this space for further details. Contact details for Ampthill & District Lions Club are on our website:


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I frequently irritate my family whilst watching movies or documentaries by exclaiming loudly at some point “I’ve been there!� for a short time it was amusing, then it rapidly became annoying until I was obviously lying! Like during the recent successful landing of a vehicle on Mars. In truth I have visited some interesting places, many of which where off the rarely beaten track, so when I recently watched an old film which featured a view of

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The Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco, taken from a strange angle, and having seen the bridge from that angle I knew the camera must have been VERY close to where I had been, I stopped the recording and went back and forth until I could see a building that was easy to identify. My feeling was that if I Google Street viewed the area and found the building from which I thought the shot was taken, I could say truthfully, “I’ve been there�. All right, I am retired and frequently bored, OK? So I panned around and eventually saw a vaguely

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Now is your opportunity to book a stall at this year’s Woburn Village Festival annual Antiques Fleamarket. By public demand the Fleamarket will be at The Pitchings on both Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th September this year. So if you are a stall holder and would like to book your pitch please ring Elfyn or Elaine at Town Hall Antiques on 01525 290950. The Craft Fair at the Village Festival will also operate on the 7th and 8th September on and around Park St.

FARMERS MARKET AT WOBURN Don’t forget the famous Woburn Farmers Market is on Sunday the 21st July and is held on the Pitchings in Woburn from 10.00am - 2.00pm. You are welcome to come and peruse a great variety of fresh produce!

Fancy a dip? The lovely Woburn Lido in Crawley Road, Woburn is now open and is open every day from 10.00 am till until the end of August. You can take a dip for £8.50 for adults and £5.00 for children. Senior Citizens also pay £5.00 but they also enjoy a free swimming concession before midday. There is also a ticket price of £3.00 for a nonswimming adult. Season tickets and family tickets are also available. ȱ



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saddle; thus keeping your legs and feet dry; Hmm, not very stable! A swimming horse can wobble a bit! Jack demonstrated the procedure and once most of the trippers were in the river, he would pretend to get into trouble while helping someone who was in trouble and while Jack recovered; the other rider would fall off his horse. This only happened to one or two people during a single trip and it was close to the next camp, no one was hurt and warm clothes were soon at hand, and yet again confidence was built although there was a tendency to question whether or not Jack’s

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Here we delve more into the whimsical, wacky and interesting world of Montgolfier: On board ship, if we got a new crew member we would ask if they would like a game of snooker. If they said yes we would say pop to the PO’s mess for the key to the snooker room. There they would be told it was elsewhere - can you imagine playing snooker on a rolling ship? Also you would have a job plating LP records on a LP player as the needle would dig in and then lift as the ship rolled each way. I met someone once who said they had got various veins in their legs. I have stopped checking the lottery numbers now. Reason I’ve packed up doing the lottery. Did you know what the word Cenotaph means? Empty tomb. The large house where I was born had a twin seated wooden toilet in the walled garden. It is still there but is not used today. In the village here there is a three seater toilet - again no longer used. Must have been a good place for a nice long chat. On June 4th the David Niven 1940 war film ‘The Way Ahead’ was on TV. Now the first time I saw it was a few months before D-Day, I was 12 years old. I saw it in a big country house which had been requisitioned and troops were stationed there; I think they were R.A.S.C. Because of the large number of trucks parked in the fields. So I watched it in the house with these lads waiting for D-Day plus the land girls from the Agricultural College next door where my father was an instructor. I feel absolutely certain that David Niven was in the audience with us. A long time ago!

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Episode 38 .............. Much Ado About Something There is something afoot in Fuddlerland these past few weeks, its usual peace and quiet being shaken with mischief spreading faster than a Westy rumour. It all started with Toady’s ‘ra mb ling’ attack on Shakespeare. The expected backlash was led by a mysterious writer ‘Thomas Cranmer’ who is the perpetrator of the recent response to the bard’s debate which has taken hold of late. Various waterholes in Fuddlerland reported scenes of heated debate and even suggestions of a conspiracy


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