Happy New Year from all of us in Pagham-on-Sea and beyond! How did you celebrate this year? We hope that you stayed safe and remain well. Photo by rovenimages.com on Pexels.com Mummers' Parade Photo by Breakingpic on Pexels.com Traditionally in Pagham-on-Sea the New Year is rung in with a number of events, not all possible… Continue reading Happy New Year!
Pagham-on-Sea: Dark Tourism
Why come to Pagham-on-Sea? Well, if you're a big vampire fan with money to burn but can't afford a weekend in one of the bigger, more expensive cities like London where the upmarket vampire scene is pretty elitist, then Pagham-on-Sea has several B&Bs and a TravelInn. There are three vampire-owned clubs in the town and… Continue reading Pagham-on-Sea: Dark Tourism
So! You've read The Crows, or you're nearing the end, and you want to know what I'm writing next? OF COURSE YOU ARE. I find it hard to keep all my eggs from rolling out of their respective baskets so here's a breakdown of the projects I'm working on and where they all are in… Continue reading #AmWriting (Honest)
I Found the Town that Isn’t There…
When I had time to stop and stare I found the town that isn't there. It isn't there again today. I'm glad that town has stayed away. For my birthday treat my husband took me to St Leonard's, East Sussex, for the weekend and on Saturday we trundled along the coast to blustery Norman's… Continue reading I Found the Town that Isn’t There…
Folklore of Pagham-on-Sea: The Meteor (Part 1)
The following folklore is, like Pagham-on-Sea, entirely fictional. A Medieval Account of the Meteor Strike, c.1189 Chronica Maiora (Anonymous monk of Fairwood Abbey, a Benedictine foundation of 1165, dissolved 1532) trans. and ed. Harold Bishop, (Basingstoke University Press, 1973) In the days of the Romans, a hairy-tailed star fell from heaven and struck the ground… Continue reading Folklore of Pagham-on-Sea: The Meteor (Part 1)