Come Follow…

This is an alert, really, to my new Abbey Variations blog which I’ve just cranked into action. You can get to it by clicking on the blue image in the sidebar, or by clicking on this link: www.glastonburyabbey.wordpress.com. You can follow it, which would be nice, as at the moment it’s a follower free zone, and so in effect I’m talking to myself. PS, if you do choose to follow it, do remember to give your email address: some people didn’t for my Venice blog, and then wondered why posts were not arriving in their in boxes.

1 comment
  1. Pat Leyshon said:

    I didn’t realize that you didn’t know about the Eric Gill. I knew about it from 1956 but could never find it. Then Tim Hopkinson-Ball found it in a cupboard in the RC diocese in Bristol and after some restoration arranged for it to be in the Abbey.I have taken so many people to see it and told as many others to go. I am guilty I should have told you-sorry. I remember your exhibition in the Abbey Barn and look forward to this one.I have never forgotten the last one I am sure it will be splendid
    pat.badgers@virgin.net

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