It's Sunday morning. I am sitting here knitting. Knitting with pink wool. This is a protest. Admittedly I am the only one who realises it is a protest...and there is also no one here to see it, but nevertheless it is still a protest against this house full of testosterone !
Later I have plans to cut out a skirt...also in pink...but to do so I will have to go back on part of the other part of my protest...you see I am knitting at the moment, I am not tidying the house.
I love this – especially the funky picture you get at the end!
Oh my, this is just too exciting!
Not only is this the fabulous opportunity to break out your red lips and nails and those gorgeous nylon stockings, but it will be a chance to put on your dancing shoes on. We are incredibly lucky to have breakthrough act Public Service Broadcasting who were recently featured on Lauren Lavernes BBC 6 Music show and will be releasing their debut album on May 6th. They have also been championed by other BBC Dj’s like Steve Lamacq and Stuart Maconie as well as being named as a 2013 up and coming act by Time Out. Genuinely not to be missed.
Click on the poster for a taster of their brilliant track Spitfire!
There’s loads more information as well as fab 40s styling ideas that I’m glued to on the Churchill Arms Website - I’m currently beavering away on a lovely snood especially for the occasion – check out this fab blog to give you some inspiration
The Churchill Arms Website will give you all of the up to date information and the event facebook page is also a mine of information and even if you can’t make it please join and share the event. Tickets are just £10 in advance,£12 on the door (or £8 if bought in advance in the pub!!) and here’s the link . It really is going to be a fantastic night!
It’s so brilliant that something new and different is happening in Alderholt please support it and come and have fun. I’m so looking forward to catching up with everyone in all their glamorous glory! Do come along!
Keep the vintage love xx
Happy New Year vintage and handmade fans! How was your Christmas? I think it’s fair to say that ours did not go quite as planned given that the dreaded flu bug was rife here. Nevertheless apparently we had a fabulous Christmas Day – we hired my favourite little historic building for the afternoon as there were so many for dinner. Alderholt Reading Rooms is more than 100 years old and was built on land donated by Lord Salisbury, paid for by Lady Salisbury and local Squire Churchill provided books and reading material. There are very few of it’s like still around and should be treasured in my view.
Watch this space for some plans of events to raise funds to preserve this local heritage.
There’s lots of fab Alderholt history and some great photos on this old local plan produced by the local authority.
And here we are enjoying our Christmas Day!
Most exciting though was my present from my lovely family! Please forgive the awful photo.
He was featured in our review of new Ringwood shop The Fox in the Forest which you can check out here. This is a slightly better photo…needless to say I love him!
What did you get for Christmas that you love? I’d love to hear about any new handmade items or local makers and see some photos.
Keep the Vintage Love xx