Saturday, 29 September 2012

Ugghhh! Another joke!

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Police found 2 lads up to no good - one was drinking battery acid and the other was eating fireworks. The police charged one of them, and let the other off...........

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Monday, 24 September 2012

What a great evening at Limber Village Hall

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On Sunday 23rd September we all enjoyed a wonderful evening of traditional music from Senegal, West Africa. Doudou Cissoko and his band kept us all spell bound, and there was a chance for us all to try traditional Sabar dancing at the end of the evening. Many thanks to everyone who helped organise such a perfect evening - and we understand another special event is promised next March! Well done! 

Friday, 21 September 2012

Wonderful traditional African music in Limber village hall next Sunday (23/09/12) 7.30pm

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We are all getting very excited about the forthcoming concert in Limber Village Hall on Sunday (23/09/12) 7.30pm. Doudou Cissoko plays the kora, a traditional stringed instrument from Senegal - he's very famous for his playing, and he has 4 very skilful musicians to accompany him. It promises to be a night to remember. Doudou's music is very harmonious and easy to listen to - here is a link to a website where you can hear it for yourself: Do come - you'll have a great time!

Sunday, 16 September 2012

Thursday 13th - what a day at Keelby!

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THURSDAY 13th was unlucky at Keelby - the printer broke down so the paper lads had to do the am rounds from memory. Then a starling flew into the shop & had to be chased out. We were just putting the shelves etc. back when it came in again & managed to get into the suspended ceiling! It took another 1/2 hour & lots of acrobatics until David grabbed it & took it to the church yard. It flew away unharmed. 

Saturday, 8 September 2012

Green Energy at Great Limber

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On Wednesday Jayne and David attended a public meeting to learn of the Brocklesby Estate's plans for an anaerobic digester just outside Great Limber. Maize grown nearby will be fermented in a special way to produce methane, which will be used to power grain dryers: surplus electricity will be sold to the National Grid. It all sounds interesting, as long as the roads don't get congested.

Saturday, 1 September 2012


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Why is a Scot with a cold like a school boy at half-term? Both have a wee cough!