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Mortar stands to hold stilts, hula hoops and diabolos. Left the didicars and dressing up behind to concentrate on performance skills for upcoming show. Storm blew up, gazebo took flight and crashed into my gazebo taking it along with it. Saturday 4th July - Southco Manufacturing Limited, Worcester Company fun day. Friday 3rd July - Holy Rood Primary School, Swindon Circus show for 180 R, Y1, Y2 pupils followed by circus workshops for each class. Bit of free play after show too One parent said her girl was very quiet at school ... 12 - 18 year old international students attended these circus workshops. Glad I put the didicars in - so popular with the mostly 6th formers! Lovely big sports hall easy to get into via fire doors. Tuesday 7th July - Mayflower Primary School, Leicester Year 6 leavers day of circus skills. Sunday 5th July - Rosie's Walk, Aldridge Airfield, Walsall My annual appearance at this event.We will mention anyone who helps and give full credit for all location shots or information received and similarly, for any Welcome to our new design, Mobile friendly Website.We hope that you find that the changes make the Site easier to navigate and the presentation easier on the eye to view.These include colloquialisms such as ‘che’, also encountered in Rioplatense Spanish, and ‘poocha’ equivalent to ‘wow’.They are particularly numerous, indeed dominant in the local horse-related terminology. Enthusiastic male headteacher had a go on everything! Friday 10th July - Tardebigge First School, Worcestershire 200th aniversary for this school. Toothbrush twirling, peacock feather balancing, 2 ball juggling and a couple of magic tricks taught to various junior classes. Monday 13th July - Holme Hall Primary School, Chesterfield Circus workshops for whole school followed by performance to parents. Did the 20p toothbrush twirlinge challenge for the first time.
The dialect has resemblances to Australian, New Zealand, West Country and Norfolk dialects of English, as well as Lowland Scots.For instance, the Islanders use ‘alizan’, ‘colorao’, ‘negro’, ‘blanco’, ‘gotiao’, ‘picasso’, ‘sarco’, ‘rabincana’ etc.for certain horse colours and looks, or ‘bosal’, ‘cabresta’, ‘bastos’, ‘cinch’, ‘conjinilla’, ‘meletas’, ‘tientas’, ‘manares’ etc. Unlike the older English, French and Spanish place names given by mariners, which refer mainly to islands, rocks, bays, coves, and capes (points), the post-1833 Spanish names usually identify inland geographical locations and features, reflecting the new practical necessity for orientation, land delimitation and management in the cattle and sheep farming.Reel Streets is the study of commercially distributed world cinema and TV films with outside, recognisable, built-up locations and the changes that time, war or development may have occasioned.We are looking for location identifications, information, snippets, anecdotes or references.