A Book Of Round Yer, a collection of essays and pictures from a Horrabridge angle, is being printed and should be available through some local shops, and hopefully pubs, from end of next week (December 2 on), at £5.
It was put together in The Shed, hq of the Horrabridge Times, with help from Robin Armstrong, fisherman and painter, Max Dailypics Law, the Fitzsimmons family, the churches and others.
Some sort of mail-order service will follow. Meanwhile, The Bookstop in Tavistock has promised to sell it and advance orders can be placed there for pick-up. Or email email@example.com with name, address and phone, and we’ll fix something for local deliveries.
Why did we call it A Book Of Round Yer? Because that’s the way we say it to ourselves and we’re trusting it makes sense this way. Apart from that, strictly no dialect writing.
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