Tuesday, 4 May 2010

To Wilburton and Soham - again - and a Lab puppy

The Geoffrey Woollard Independent campaign carries on in South East Cambridgeshire and is scheduled to come to a climactic conclusion tomorrow night.

The campaign forces were split again. One part went to Wilburton, where we have lots of friends and very good support, whilst the other part concentrated on Soham, more specifically in the area that is called Downfields. Lots more friends and very good support were found there, too. I had the honour and pleasure of talking to a lady whose family descends from Mr Isaac Barrow, whose family in turn preceded Mr Henry Cromwell (Oliver's son, whom I have mentioned before) at Spinney Abbey, Wicken. I wish that I could have spent more time with this lady. I have promised to go back to delve further into her very thorough family history researches. If any of my readers wish to delve into Mr Barrow, Mr Cromwell and Spinney Abbey, go to -


Despite meeting such interesting and supportive people, the little 'person' who really stole my heart was a six-week-old Labrador puppy. Here she is. Ain't she just lovely?

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