Waving at Trains.

Posted on 12/08/2020 By

And here is the last of of our trilogy of poems read by Bill Hicks. Roger McGough is first and foremost a poet but was surprisingly popular in the sixties being a Liverpudlian in the Beatles era within his comedy group The Scaffold. Lily the Pinkā€¦ The Scaffold: John Gorman, Mike McGear (brother of Paul…


Puffin

Posted on 09/08/2020 By

August is a month of anniversaries. Some happy. Some sad. All unforgettable. We have named our first anniversary “Puffin“.


Another Sedentary Session.

Posted on 05/08/2020 By

“Cotswold Choice” by Frank Mansell. It seems we are having a short season of poetry. All from the dulcet tones of Bill Hicks. It’s not surprising given that the Strolling Chums all live near to where Diddley came from in the Cotswolds. You will remember that we have often told stories about her friendship with…


GAD Revisited

Posted on 01/08/2020 By

Bertie: “Bobby? Are you feeling OK, mate? You seem in a bit of a muddle.” Bobby: “I think a lot of people are, Bertie, in these troubled times. Especially older people, who feel isolated while the world talks about all the things they want to reopen while we old grunters are just interested in staying…


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