As a child I loved to shock others with the tale that I had been abandoned at birth by gypsies and raised en famille with kindly mice in the crypt of an old church…Read More
“When the first baby laughed for the first time, its laughter broke into a thousand pieces, and they all went skipping about, and that was the beginning of fairies.”
If the author of the enchanting tale of Peter Pan is to be believed then Sir James Matthew Barrie will no doubt be reassured to discover that there is at least one faery who can be found skipping about within the stone walls surrounding the ancient City of York.
Although at first glance, she may be mistaken for just another conventional human – appearances can be deceptive!
It all started on the afternoon of All Hallows Eve as I enjoyed a wander through the garden in the autumn sunshine and stopping to tidy up some withered flowers – I noticed a small poster pinned to the trunk of the plum tree…Read More
From the shelves of the ‘Harum Scarum Notions & Potions Emporium’ in the All Hallows Hamlet – this is an exclusive remedy freshly brewed from the ancient recipe book belonging to one Claire Eno…Read More
Tilly Simms hadn’t really enjoyed the celebrations of the festival of Día de los Muertos as she had been very troubled by the strange behaviour of a small furry cat who prowls his way through the sleepy hamlet of All Hallows…Read More
Did YOU know that there are MANY different ways of seeing off a vampyre?Read More