You can Keep your Internets…

… if you really need to know what’s going on around here you have to get yourself down to Noticeboard Tree:

notice_board_tree

(currently advertising: a nearby beer festival, a coffee morning, the chance to stand in the community council elections, and the village choir).

10 Responses to You can Keep your Internets…

  1. Sarah says:

    Beer? Where?

    Given that I shall be in Tweedsmuir next weekend.

  2. disgruntled says:

    It’s here – obviously they don’t have a proper tree like we do, so they have to make do with a website. You’ll have missed the festival, but I imagine there will still be beer…

  3. Sarah says:

    The purpose of the trip to the Borders is the Two Breweries Hill Race, so I think we’ll survive on the fare provided by the nice folk at Broughton.

    Unfortunately, as I’m not fit (or daft) to run the 18 miles, I’ll have pay for my beer…

  4. disgruntled says:

    Just make sure you get to the bar before all the thirsty runners …

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