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Tuesday 19 October 2004
Numbers and friendliness in our Norman village (population 17) have been greatly reinforced by the arrival of M. and Mme Pain (Mr and Mrs Bread).
Friday 03 September 2004
Monday 23 August 2004
Charles Sarle takes a break from weeding the vegetable garden and looks across the valley. Some of his friends are milking cows, others can be heard making furniture in the craft workshop. The smell of homemade bread wafts from Alan Leiper's bakery and the community's organic food store is doing a brisk trade.
Wednesday 21 January 2004
Thursday 01 January 2004
Thursday 20 November 2003
Monday 18 August 2003
Friday 08 August 2003
Monday 04 August 2003
Thursday 24 April 2003
Friday 28 February 2003
Monday 27 January 2003
Friday 22 November 2002
Monday 18 November 2002
Saturday 02 November 2002
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