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Very good... and very funny!
Bill Phillips: Hahah Well this is St Richard's day and this motley crew are off to bless the brine spring. The story goes that the brine stopped flowing and Richard de Wyche (later to be bishop of Chichester) who was born in Droitwich blessed the spring and the water started to flow again.
A strange procession Bill...
Bill Phillips: Hahah Well this is St Richard's day and this motley crew are off to bless the brine spring. The story goes that the brine stopped flowing and Richard de Wyche (later to be bishop of Chichester) who was born in Droitwich blessed the spring and the water started to flow again.
Bizarre, bizarre !
Bill Phillips: Hahah Well this is St Richard's day and this motley crew are off to bless the brine spring. The story goes that the brine stopped flowing and Richard de Wyche (later to be bishop of Chichester) who was born in Droitwich blessed the spring and the water started to flow again.
Surely there's a story here, Bill?!
Bill Phillips: Hahah Well this is St Richard's day and this motley crew are off to bless the brine spring. The story goes that the brine stopped flowing and Richard de Wyche (later to be bishop of Chichester) who was born in Droitwich blessed the spring and the water started to flow again.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 4 Feb 2019, 06:36
I'm not sure about this Droitwich procession..

Maybe it is St Droitburgh's Day. Or the annual sausage pageant?
Bill Phillips: Hahah Well this is St Richard's day and this motley crew are off to bless the brine spring. The story goes that the brine stopped flowing and Richard de Wyche (later to be bishop of Chichester) who was born in Droitwich blessed the spring and the water started to flow again.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 4 Feb 2019, 07:15
Explain, Bill, please. Can't make this out
Bill Phillips: Hahah Well this is St Richard's day and this motley crew are off to bless the brine spring. The story goes that the brine stopped flowing and Richard de Wyche (later to be bishop of Chichester) who was born in Droitwich blessed the spring and the water started to flow again.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 4 Feb 2019, 07:47
The druids of Droitwich, being exorcised by the pregnant pastor and her colleagues in blue, under supervision of the pope.
Bill Phillips: Something like that Louis
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 4 Feb 2019, 07:58
Do you know what the festival was Bill. I could not stand the Monkees.
Bill Phillips: Why does your thumbnail not appear on the opening page ?
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 4 Feb 2019, 07:58
This is St Richard’s day, where is Mr Trim.
Bill Phillips: He is St dickie....patron saint of voyeurs
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 4 Feb 2019, 07:59
I’ve just been reading your replies to the other punters, very illuminating.
Bill Phillips: I am pleased to have illuminated you Chad
i have to say i find a bit of intrigue with the brown hooded monks, Bill.
Bill Phillips: I refer you to the earlier replies Ayush smile
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Feb 2019, 08:38
Could this be that this is St Richard's day and this motley crew are off to bless the brine spring? A[parently, the story goes that the brine stopped flowing and Richard de Wyche (later to be Bishop of Chichester) who was born in Droitwich blessed the spring and the water started to flow again.
Bill Phillips: Well I am damned. I didn't think you would know that
Rent a mob from Bath.
Bill Phillips: I wish I could blame it on Bath Michael but these are locals
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 4 Feb 2019, 10:11
What a lovely procession to remember St. Richard's Day - did you join the group?
Bill Phillips: No I was busy with the Lions stall and just nipped down the High Street for a couple of snaps
I have three of these long necklaces. One is longer than the other two and the three are in primary colours. What to do with them!
Bill Phillips: Do you have charity shops on PEI? You could donate them
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Feb 2019, 15:26
Thank you for your many explanations.

I expect once they finish here they will go to Bath... or Glastonbury.
Bill Phillips: They would not be out of place at either venue Anne
I'm presuming they aren't real Monks, perhaps Droitwich Lions could do the honours next year and as ex-Chairman/President you could take the lead, in costume of course.
Bill Phillips: They are not and there is no danger of me taking part grin
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 4 Feb 2019, 18:08
What a story to tell, Bill. I read all the replies... HA HA HA...
This reminds me of our national hero "André van Duin" a great comedian, he made this, yes he is all 4, he made this years ago...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqyAVVYygZ0&t=129s
Bill Phillips: I recognise the song! There was a terrible version by Brian Poole and the Tremolos and they were serious. https://youtu.be/li0ZDAzarlg

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