At least that's what it looks like! In fact The Light Cavalry celebrated their 150th Anniversary. A jolly occasion and the men in blue and silver very much in evidence as they will be for the British Military Tournament in a months time. See www,britishmilitarytournament.com.
This is Martine Olds who is from Zimbabwe and lives near South Cerney. She has volunteered to help us on social media. In particular she wants us to be more Facebook savvy. She has been watching Mr Stitch's blog and has even ridden that maniac of a horse, Wogan him who is owned by King Arthur. What a small world! Anyway it was great to meet her and soon Mr Stitch will be on facebook! And good heavens who is that beside her? I am sure I have seen him before, oh yes it is Johnny Fast Car.
To day we held the annual Gloucestershire Curry Lunch at South Cerney. It was a good occasion and we were lucky to have James Cambrook, a pilot in 4th Regimnet AAC to tell us of his experiences in Libya. It was a fascinating talk telling us things we would never have read of in the papers. He was a very confident young man who told a good story. Here he is answering questions after his talk.