It's funny how some stories just seem to run, isn't it? Thought I'd post this by way of a mid-mid-week offering. It was sent to me by Anthony Coppin of the Garstang Courier. (Cheers for that Anthony.) I know it's another rehash of the 'Roman pillars at the North Euston' story, but this one appeared in the Longridge News. Yes, our fame is spreading, folks. The North Euston's probably doing quite well out of this too. (You'll have to click on the image below if you want to actually read it.)
While I'm here, how about an update on the Wyre Archaeology Bric-a-brac stall at the Lambs Road car boot sale in Thornton, yesterday? Well, Jean, Harry and Barbara you'll be glad to know, managed to raise a grand total of £140.00...which isn't bad, you've got to admit. I took this photograph of Jean and Babara hard at work when me and Chris were en route to Grange Farm in the morning. Jean particularly wanted to show off her S.P.Q.R. teeshirt. (Don't ask me...something to do with Queen's Park Rangers I think.)
Before anyone starts grumbling, Thursday's posting (all being well) will be appearing as advertised (and as it ought to be) on Thursday as usual. And any members of Wyre Archaeology reading this who might have forgotten...The Shovels Inn, Hambleton, 7.00 p.m. this Wednesday evening. Bring a trowel and butties etc.