Skiff on New Year Holiday

One of the many patches of lime and fragment

One of the many patches of lime and fragment we'll be calling home

In a last desperate attempt to squeeze some relaxation out of the year, Skiff is hiking off round the M25 to a medieval shack in a remote part of Suffolk. Apparently Purton Green is one of ‘the many lost villages of Suffolk, where generations spent their lives, but which are now just patches of lime and fragments in the plough’. Here’s hoping the place we’re staying is a bit more than that, it’s a bit parky at the moment.

Anyways, I’m away from Wednesday 30th December – Monday 4th January, so any orders placed during that time will be sent out on Tuesday 5th January – apologies for any inconvenience.

The weather’s not looking too good, but as long as we can get there with the car full of choice snacks and many bottles of finest wines known to humanity (courtesy of Mr Skiff), we’re not too bothered about being holed up for the duration, or indeed the journey home.

Meantime, I wish you all a fantastic New Year and all good things for 2010!

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