As you read this, copies of the September Spurtle are already percolating through the barony like fresh coffee through a linen tablecloth.
Issue 277 brings you a bear, a yarn bomb, and much ado about Planning; a liner on Dublin Street, an abundance of butterflies, an abomination of slithering, another bear, views on views and a special 70th-birthday celebration.
We have 190-year-old news on fundraising, month-old news on fundraising, and forthcoming news on keeping up with the times. Not to mention a bridge, bus service and former foundry – all in various stages of collapse.
Page 4 concludes with information on roadworks, worship, free water, locals on local life, and a brief teaser about ghostly goings-on in Broughton Street.
Paper copies will be available throughout Broughton tomorrow, or – if you can’t wait that long – non-foldable pdfs can be downloaded from our HOME PAGE after midnight tonight.