We’ve included this page to provide a place where members of the Eynsford and beyond community can share things they’ve been doing with others. This could have been during the lockdown weeks or perhaps before.
- It could be a photograph that came out particularly well or a recipe that has proved to be very popular.
- Maybe you’ve painted something and you’d like to share it or you’ve made something or built something and you’d like to show it off.
- Perhaps you’ve written a poem or read something that has been interesting, informative or amusing.
Most of us don’t have personal websites – so why not use ours? You’re welcome to submit it for display by sending it to email@example.com with a header EBC website. A bit of commentary or explanation would be helpful. We’ll ring the changes old the days to come.
Striking skies at Winchelsea Beach June 2020
Peonies are looking particularly vibrant at this time of year.
A beautiful splash of colour from Emmets Garden.
Stuart 10H stationary engine – if this is something that interests you – you’ll be on the same wavelength as Trevor Wood.
Bluebell wood. If you’ve not had an opportunity to see Bluebells in the woods this year because you’ve been stuck inside then here’s a 12 second clip taken by Trevor Wood, (Best viewed on full-screen). A reminder that seasons come and go and that’s true for this Covid-19 season also!
Girl in a Blue Overall. A tribute by Olga Moffett, her first ever small oil portrait inspired by Vermeer’s well known painting. With her thoughts and heart very much with all the frontline workers, she came up with a completely different image of the girl. She hopes you like it!
Olga has arranged for printed postcards with this painting to be made and is offering them for sale as a fund-raiser for charities contributing to the Covid response. If you’re interested, she can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. People are using them to send messages of thanks to NHS staff and others who are working hard and sacrificially to keep us safe and well.
Vosper 46 foot fire launch, in service in the early 1950s with the RAF, as a fire and rescue launch, could reach 28 knots for five hours. The model, from Trevor Wood’s collection is 34″ long, built largely from plywood and is powered by an electric motor. An original clip of the Pathe newsreel showing the boat in trials can be seen here.
Veggie racer – something to try in the lockdown when the children are getting bored?
You make your saving help my shield, and your right hand sustains me; your help has made me great. You provide a broad path for my feet, so that my ankles do not give way.