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And suddenly it was May Day! Due to technical glitches, the wooing of Edith has yet to be shown.

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And suddenly it was May Day! Due to technical glitches, the wooing of Edith has yet to be shown.
Here we have the sun shining brightly on May Day and all the little ones are allowed out from school to view the new statue of the Queen. After great arguments, to the relief of many, Damien First was not selected for this most important commission. Basil de Woodford and Sir Thomas Chutney had raised the money for this wonderful creation. They felt that it might be a diplomatic act on their part to make the Queen look more kindly on unruly Greconville. "It's as well that she is unaware of the shenanigans taking place in Agar Hall" remarked Cook to Hilda. "She wouldn't be so hoity-toity about Grecondale if someone blew the whistle on that!" Hilda agreed, especially since Agar Hall had opened under the patronage of the Queen herself.
Posted by Rosemary on May 17, 2018 Slideshow

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6 Comments

Anita
6:45 AM on May 25, 2018 
What a lot of lovely tinies you have! Love the Emily Sutton backdrop there.
theinfill.wordpress.com
1:31 AM on May 19, 2018 
Rosemary says...
These children can turn quite feral, Do, given the right circumstances. There are a lot of tinies and less loving families than can accommodate all. Sad but true. So the Constable's presence is usually called upon on these excitable occasions!
raw eggs thrown at the statue of the Queen could put Greconville right down the Royal List!

:) That would never do
Rosemary
1:28 PM on May 18, 2018 
These children can turn quite feral, Do, given the right circumstances. There are a lot of tinies and less loving families than can accommodate all. Sad but true. So the Constable's presence is usually called upon on these excitable occasions!
raw eggs thrown at the statue of the Queen could put Greconville right down the Royal List!
theinfill.wordpress.com
12:18 PM on May 18, 2018 
Breathless, but I got here. Recently Added rarely works for me but just now (17:15) lo and behold it did! Wonderful scene and wonderful sunshine too. What a crowd of little ones having a good time. But what is that police person a-doing of over in the corner, please?
Zoe H
6:34 AM on May 18, 2018 
Ha ha! Call me cynical but I very much doubt that the residents of Greconville will behave themselves long enough to stay on this high horse!

Lovely to see all those colourful tinies enjoying the sunshine.
Edel
6:13 AM on May 18, 2018 
Lol Rosemary! I love to see your tinies enjoying themselves en masse like this!

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