Saturday, 17 January 2009

The Laceys,Wass and Yorkshire Sounds.

Over the New Year I meet up with the Laceys from Wass.They told me of all the exciting things they are involved in. We discussed it not over the kitchen table but in their delightful Kota-the orginal ones where used by the Lappish farmers for shelter for their reindeer.Tony and Linda have theirs in the garden overlooking the stream but minus the reindeer.It is very warm and welcoming if not magical.Around the Kota, Linda has made clay holders,little houses to put candles in all beautifully decorated.Maybe if you are lucky you could persuade her to sell you one. They have websites you may be interested in having a look at do have some of their CDs of Sounds around Byland -guests who are staying with us may like to buy a copy to take home.
Also which tells you about our village and what is going on. A lot happens here for such a small village . Tony with his violin-making and Linda with her story telling - She acts as promoter for the Traditional Arts Team .Linda has been busy making another CD for you-Stories with a touch of Magic-.
Also Exmoor ponies are here in Wass for the winter -a rare delight to see.