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Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Roz if you have any questions or feedback.
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Hello Roz, your lovely daughter Lynn, who I now know, from your picture, looks incredibly like her mother, works with my daughter Chloe. I am looking into setting up a blog, to try to generate work etc etc as I am a hermit luddite in too many ways – and they told me to look at yours, and to contact you. We seem to have a lot of similar interests/passions. And I lived in Co. Cork for a while, I rented a cottage outside Schull, then fell into one of my ill-starred love affairs and lingered longer, in Courtmacsherry, and back and forth to and from London.
My email is in the box below.
This is from Michèle and Jean Migrenne who wish to thank you for the excellent meal and company they enjoyed at your place when we visited you with Seamus..
It looks as if his Rilke translations were well received by the Cork pundits.
We had a wonderful trip in the Dingle peninsula, with friends who have a house there, followed by one in Yeats’ country and along the Donegal coastline and then down to Belfast. On our way down to Cork we had the opportunity to meet with the Dean of Armagh (Church of Irteland) and see in their library an original copy of Gulliver’s Travels, with manuscript notes by Jonathan Swift himself.
Dear Liz, I enjoyed the article. Thanks for the offer of the Winegeese books – very generous – but I have several copies. Best wishes.. LQ
woundering about that mince pie compo u do
Would you pls Ring Bill Fitz 0872854788
I inherited some years ago a full crate of Recolte 1953 Chateau de Fieuzal No 146 wine and wondered if the vineyard would be interested in buying them for prosperity or to share.
I am currently in Australia and go between the UK and France. The wine is in the UK in a controlled cooler.
Any thoughts who I should speak with?
Apologies, I just saw this, months after your sending it. If you haven’t already done, so I suggest contacting the winemaker Stephen Carrier at the vineyard which you can access on line. Lucky you, with that wine. If you have any individual bottles I would be interested in buying one or two. Let me know if you have any problems with communication.
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