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Sandy Show

... to-morrow. Sunday.—l saw to-day a young apple tree that has bloomed again. Bees and butterflies arc glad of it, for even the blackberry bushes are well nigh u month ahead of their projier time. They make tine show. A few showers and a cornucopian season will ...

Published: Friday 25 August 1933
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1180 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

HENLOW

... the purpose of gathering blackberries, which are required by the Government for the making of jam for the Troops. The children worked enthusiastically. with the result that the Headmaster, Mr. Allen, received Mlb. of blackberries at the •chool. which he ...

Published: Friday 21 September 1917
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 159 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

BIGGLESWADE

... Royal Naval Brigade. Sugar for Blackberries. The Cambridge Dally News ” confidently stated In the Issue of the 21st that for Cambridge residents who have applied there would be lib. per head of sugar for making blackberry jam. Biggleswade was certainly ...

Published: Friday 27 September 1918
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 558 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

MARY ANN’S CORNER

... knots of people gathering blackberries from the hedges recently reminded me that the danger of poison in the fields does not lie in toadstools alone. Most country bred children know, almost by instinct, that though blackberries and elderberries are edible ...

Published: Friday 05 September 1941
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 780 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

’Phone: No. 13

... all the other tiny flowers are out. The ramblers and brambles throw long arms over the green earth and here the fluest blackberries will Im* found when the golden autumn comes. The ragged ditch the home of all kinds of animals —the hedgehog, which came ...

Published: Friday 22 June 1934
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1169 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

CLIFTON

... advantage of the early and plentiful crop of blackberries. Farmers and owners land are asked to admit properly conducted picking parties, and if possible to defer hedge-clipping until after the blackberries have been gathered. Red Cross Pennv-a-Week. The ...

Published: Friday 10 September 1943
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1103 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

LIST OF AWARDS

... (cooking), 1 A. J. Course. 2 and 3 T. A. Tunnard; pears (dessert), 1, 2 and 3 A. Garner; blackberries (wild), 1 Mrs. C. Stokes, 2 and 3 A. Cole and Son; blackberries (cultivated). 1 A. Cole and Son. 2 Mrs. F. Bowles, 3 A. J. Course; peaches, 1, 2 and 3 ...

Published: Friday 31 August 1945
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 987 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Bedford Road, Sandy

... would go and fetch some of her home-made wine from her house. She brought back a bottle of cowslip wine and a bottle of blackberry wine, which the constable had mistaken for port. The landlord was perfectly entitled to do what had done, under Section ...

Published: Friday 28 January 1927
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1907 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

DIVISION C (OPEN)

... currants. -1 Mrs. Foster (Old Warden) A. & R. Course. Twelve bunches black currants.—l Mrs. Foster. Twenty-four cultivated blackberries —1 A. Garner. 2 A. G. Whiteman, 3 A. & R. Course. Four peaches.—l >and 2 A. & R. Course. One melon.—l, 2 and 3 D. S. Redman ...

Published: Friday 12 August 1949
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1504 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

NOTICE

... Di-ACKiUviuilKa. —ln tins neighbourhood the third week the schuv. children’s blackberry gathering was very successful. No less than 1 ton 12 cwt, lb*, (gross weight) of blackberries wa*> sent from .Sandy station to Messrs. Olivers, of Hit.ton, who are making ...

Published: Friday 05 October 1917
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2194 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

ARLESEY

... Sandy Hills one day and picked let blackberries, which they put matins and sent to Us. They were a treat, put me ip mind of the rime when J was a kiddie. I used enjoy myself Saturday afternoons out the blackberries. When yop write again you must me about ...

Published: Friday 19 November 1915
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 485 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

UPPER CALDECOTE

... Weslevaxi Church, and In* many friends wish him speedy recovery. MOTHER i N DIGESTION CLIFTON Blackberries. —Cliftou school children gathered 168 lbs. blackberries Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Home on Leave. —Private Frederick Meeks and John Cooper ...

Published: Friday 05 October 1917
Newspaper: Biggleswade Chronicle
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 668 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none