Hello one and all and welcome to my news page. Here you can see me as my two alter egos the ever efficient secretary Prudie Jones, Evette the Spivette and plain old little me as you catch up with all that is current in my world. Regrettably unlike Prudie my spelling is quite frightful at the best of times due to my dyslexia so I shall apologise now for anything which might be shamefully mis-spelt. In the mean time I hope you find this page fun, entertaining and informative and become a regular visitor to my site.

Chat soon & keep reading
Fiona Harrison
A Voice in a Million

Stanbridge Lower Schools Vintage Tea & New Songs for Bletchely Park!

On Stage at Stanbridge Lower School!

It’s been an extremely busy week as I work to beat the clock to get all my jobs done between shows while fighting this current heat wave. Just as the song says It’s too Darn Hot! especially when I’m trying to get all my paper work up to snuff and ship shape!

On Monday I had the pleasure of performing for Stanbridge Lower Schools end of term vintage tea party. It was a lovely afternoon. I had been engaged to play songs from the 1940s while the children had their lunch and then perform my “We’ll Meet Again” ATS show. It was an extremely hot day especially as I was fully kitted out in  army

We’ll Meet Again!

uniform but fortunately the school provided me with a gazebo which made all the difference under the mid-day sun.  Afterwards there was an award ceremony as the school said goodbye to it’s final year pupils who are now moving up to middle school.

I particularly enjoyed the ceremony as the children wore mortar boards they had made from black paper and each pupil was presented with a dictionary and certificate. Interestingly the certificate mentioned what the teaches considered to be the most likely profession for each child. This included an astronaut, fashion

Dressed for a song for Summer!

designer, florist, comic and entrepreneur. It will be interesting to see if in another ten years if these predictions come true.  Especially young Mr David Kelly who made every-one laugh as he moon walked his way up the red carpet. A name to possibly look out for on the future comedy circuit!

On Tuesday I was back in the recording studio with Richard picking up my new tracks. If you follow my blog you will know I put “Be like the Kettle and Sing” and “By Myself” into production sometime ago. Once again Richard has surpassed himself especially with “By Myself which is a Garland power balled. It has a couple of tricky key changes in it and I’m going to be singing it for the first time at Bletchley Park on the 31st July.

It’s taken me twenty four years to get Bletchley Park. I first applied in 1997  but it was never the right time. It should have only been

Working in the Hot Recording Studio!

twenty three years but due to the pandemic everything was put back a year. I’m looking forward to performing there very much and I’m working hard on perfecting my new songs.

Tomorrow I’m in Chorleywood and then I’m taking a few days off to entertain a friend of mine Fay who’s coming down from Blackpool. I shall leave my blog here tonight along with details about my Bletchley Park Show. If you are free it will be lovely to see you on the 31st.

31st July 2021

Keep Following, Toodle Pip and bye for now! 😉

Singing for “Dogs for Good” at the Leighton Buzzard Carnival!

Paul and I Singing the 60s!

It’s been an intense couple of weeks with me performing everyday and cramming in song learning between performances. The year is rapidly disappearing and I’m trying to make the most of the summer. Although restrictions are starting to lift clients are still favoring out-door performances and up to now I’ve been lucky with the weather. I’m keeping my fingers crossed it lasts as I have much to fit in over the next few months!

Last Saturday was the Leighton Buzzard carnival and Paul came up to join me as we had been

Paul and Poppy on the Float!

engaged by Annie Rourke to sing on the “Dogs for Good” float. “Dogs for Good” is a wonderful charity training dogs to help adults and children with physical and learning disabilities. Annie was very supportive of me last year hosting two of my Driveway concerts in May and December so when she asked if Paul and I would be available to sing for the charity we were delighted to except.

Ever since I was very small I’d always wanted to be part of the Leighton Buzzard carnival and be on a float. Sadly I never belonged to the right dancing school or organisation to take part when I was a child; So Saturday was something of a first, and a childhood dream. 

Paul came up, Friday night with Poppy and she is now becoming part of our act. Poppy is a delightful dog and she

Meet The Dogs for Good Team!

often sits beside us when we are performing on stage. The Leighton Buzzard carnival was no exception as she sat beside us on the float in her basket. It seemed very appropriate Poppy should be part of the “Dogs for Good” float while the other dogs walked along side.

Normally the carnival starts from the Recreation ground in Parsons close where there are stalls and events going on all day. This year the carnival was celebrated as a procesion where due to the restrictions the carnival would come to the people rather than the people go to the carnival.  The route was twice as long as normal and started at 11.30am from Metmore Road and finished at 4pm in Chartmoor Road.

Poppy & I getting Ready for the Off!

Our day began at 9am when we met up with Annie and Stuart in Pierce’s Yard and loaded the float with our sound system ready for the off. Annie and her team had worked so hard to dress the float with records and bunting. The theme for this year was the 1960s in particular 1962 as that was the year when the carnival first began and some of the other floats looked fantastic. I was particularly impressed with the Leighton Buzzard Art Society who had decorated their float with famous paintings from the 1960s and the Blues Brothers who lead the procesion in a 1960s American police car.

Poppy Waiting for us to Get Going!

Initially we were only supposed to sing from 11.30am to 3.00pm but as the judging took place from 10.30am we began straight away and sung right through to 4.30pm when the float returned to Pierce’s yard. The time went very quickly and despite having two stops along the way I judged the musical numbers about right as Paul and I sang our way through 89 songs with-out having to repeat. I always say the devil is in the detail and I always make sure I carry a spare lap top with me in case one crashes. Sure enough all that programming paid off as my lap top did crash but as I had a spare lap top programmed and ready to go it wasn’t a problem.

All Together in Pierce’s Transport Yard!

I sometimes think lap tops can over charge when you have them plugged in for hours on end and they run themselves down. The following day it was fine once I’d  recharged it and I went off to my show in Kettering.

Although singing 60s music isn’t difficult Saturday’s carnival was a big sing. It was a wonderful opportunity to try out some of my new songs and everybody loved Paul’s Sinatra which complemented well with all the other songs I sung from Cilla Black, Cliff Richard to The Supremes and the Beatles. I’d like to say a special thank-you to our driver Nick Hayes and his wife Dianne who

Our Float All Dressed Up & Ready to Go!

drove us so smoothly around Leighton Buzzard. Despite a few road humps and a little uneven terrain in places all was well as we held onto the equipment, braced ourselves and kept singing.

If you would like to find out more about the charity “Dogs for Good” and all the good work they do please click the link below

On Sunday I was booked to sing a mix of songs from the 1950s, 60s & 70s. As it was World Cup day I decided to where red and white and I finished my show with Nessun Dorma which always goes down well. Such a tragedy we didn’t quite make it after the England side had played so well, but I guess that’s sport. The winner takes it all and who knows maybe next time!

Dressed for World Cup Day with Poppy!

That’s all my news for now as I have another busy week ahead of me and I need to prepare my shows as I continue to sing ” A Song for Summer”. Next Monday I shall be performing for a Vintage Tea at Stanbridge Lower School in my 1940s ATS uniform and don’t forget I shall also be performing at Bletchley Park on the 31st July. If you are able to make it along it would be delightful to see you.

Keep Following Toodle Pip and bye for now! 😉

Stars & Stripes to Singing the 60s for the Leighton Buzzard Carnival!

Going 60s for the Leighton Buzzard Carnival!

This week I’ve been working flat out to make all my dead lines. I have a pile of music to learn not to mention songs I need to revise. The problem with knowing a 1000 songs all at once is maintaining the knowledge. It’s easy to forget lyrics if I’ve not sung them in a while. These last couple of weeks I’ve been putting together new shows for clients which have involved The Beatles, travelling the world and going through my back catalogue.

There are never enough hours in the day and for my around the world show I literally learn’t “Tulips from Amsterdam” in the van on the way over although I never made it as far as “Istanbul not Constantinople” so I will have to leave that

Dressed in My Stars and Stripes Costume!

song for another time. Fortunately I had Aladin which ticked the Eastern Arabian night box  and when it comes to Italy experience has taught me you can’t really go wrong with Pucini!

This Saturday is the Leighton Buzzard carnival and the theme is the 1960s  so I’m going over my repertoire and learning new numbers quickly. Paul and Poppy are coming up from Portsmouth to join me and Paul will be singing the best of Sinatra which will make for a wonderful musical contrast. We are appearing on the Dogs for Good  charity float and Paul and I have a lot of time to fill. We will be singing from 10.30am through to 3pm with a couple of breaks in between so it’s important to keep the music turning over and not to be repetitive for the walkers who will be walking along side the float.

On Sunday I’m back over to Kettering to perform for a Garden Party songs from the 1950s, 60s & 70s although we have quite a bit of competition as I found out this morning England are through to the final of the world cup so I expect a lot of people will be watching the match. I must have been the only person in the country who didn’t watch the football yesterday or even knew England were playing. Instead I was programming my songs for Saturday’s Carnival and typing up my play lists. It’s the most boring job in the world but it has to be done as the devil is in the detail. When you have over 90 songs listed in a show it’s important to know where every-one is so numbers can be found quickly if it becomes necessary to change direction.

Getting Ready for the Carnival! 

Last weekends shows went well as I performed a number of “Stars and Stripes” shows to tie in with the 4th July. I’m now fully booked for the month of July with a few days which I have filled with seeing my accountant and being back in the recording studio. I have a couple of numbers in production including Vera Lynn’s “Be like the Kettle and Sing” and “By My Self” which I plan to sing for the first time at  Bletchley Park on the 31st July. It’s taken me 24 years to get the booking and although this show will probably be a one off I’m looking forward to it very much. For booking details please click the link below :-

I shall leave my blog here tonight as I need to prepare for the weekend and sort out my costumes. I’m not quite sure what the weather will do so I need to have every avenue covered.

Keep Following Toodle Pip and Bye for Now! 😉


Singing for World Beatles & Armed Forces Day Plus Luton Festival of Transport!

I don’t mind admitting I’ve had a very busy week since returning from Gloucestershire with tight turn around’s and everything happening all at once. If you know your dates it wont come as any surprise to learn that last Saturday was Armed Forces Day but not quite so well known is Global Beatles Day which falls every year on the 25th June.  It’s a day which honours and celebrates the ideals of The Beatles. The date, June 25th, was chosen to commemorate the day when the Beatles participated in the BBC programme Our World in 1967, performing “All You Need is Love” which broadcast to an international audience.

Dressed in my 60s Fashions!

The holiday was created and first celebrated in 2009 by Beatles fan Faith Cohen, who calls it “A thank-you or love letter to The Beatles.” I’m not sure how many employers recognize the holiday  but from my perspective I only found out about World Beatles Day this year when a client asked if I could perform my 60s show and include some Beatles songs as they wanted to celebrate the day. I confess I don’t have that many Beatles songs in my repertoire but that is something I’m working on changing and on this occasion I was able to include “When I’m 64”, “Octopus’s Garden” and “Love of the Loved” which was also recorded by Cilla Black. 

I’m constantly working on new songs and I hope it wont be too long before I’m able to include “She Love You”, “Help” and With A

Dressed to sing for a Summer Garden Party!

Little Help from my Friends into my shows too. “Octopus’s Garden” is one of my new additions and it sits well for this time of year. I also have loads of other songs I need to learn quickly in time for early July which include an around the world show and the Leighton Buzzard Carnival. The theme this year is the 1960s and I’ve been booked to sing on a float for a straight through three hours. Ideally I don’t want to repeat my music but as Paul is going to be singing too I think we will have plenty of songs.

Saturday was a tight turn around as I started my day by performing 2 x 45 minute sets for a private garden party in Leighton Buzzard. We couldn’t have wished for better weather as it wasn’t too hot and it wasn’t too cold. Id been asked to included plenty of show tunes and the best music from the 1940s, 50s 60s & 70s.  It was a lovely day and every-one really enjoy themselves singing along with my music. Straight afterwards I had to dash over to Tring to perform for a special Armed Forces day concert.

At The Nora Grace Hall, Tring!

I had been booked by Tring together to headline Our Music in the Garden event which was taking place at The Nora Grace Hall. I was really thrilled to get the booking as I have very fond memories of rehearsing at this hall back in the late 80s when I was cast in the roll of Grace Farrell in the musical Annie as part of Tring Festival Companies production. On this occasion I was working alongside the RAF band and Tring School Big band which showcased some of the towns new up and coming talent.

Enjoying the Show!

I’d been asked to include in my program for Armed Forces day some songs from the 1940s and musicals. My instinct told me to avoid Glenn Miller as I had a feeling the other two bands would be including Miller which turned out to be the case. Instead I focused on British and American sing along tunes from the period, Hollywood, Judy Garland, South Pacific and Vera Lynn which turned out to be the right choices. I also streamed my show live which went out on facebook.

The following day it was all change as I made my way over to Stockwood Park to perform for the Luton Festival of Transport show. Initially I had

Meeting up with Bletchley Bear!

been booked to perform in the main arena so I was expecting to use all six of my speakers and rig up in the round. At the beginning of the day the weather looked like it could have gone either way but fortunately it didn’t rain and I was able to share a marquee with the “Wannabe Shadows”. Their marquee played out over the catering area and only required two 300 speakers which is a much easier set up to rig. As it turned out the Wannabe Shadows forgot to pack their amp so I let them use my equipment which proved to be beneficial for both of us.

So as not to clash with the Shadows I made sure I sang  lots of family show tunes from Abba to Disney and I avoided singing Cliff Richard. With it being football season I finished my show with Nessun Dorma which went down extremely well with the audience. It was a nice easy job as I’d been booked to perform a single straight through 60 minute show at mid day. It then gave me plenty of time afterwards to enjoy the event and look at the

Leader of the Pack!

different types of vehicles from lorries to Scooters. I always enjoy these sorts of events because it allows me to meet people and network.

Later this year I’m planning to do a photo shoot which I want to be slightly dark and dangerous so if I can coordinate it with a 1920s vehicle that would be marvelous.

This week it’s all change with the 4th July and “Stars and Stripes”.

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Vintage Elegance!



Back from Holiday & Full Steam Ahead for Armed Forces Day!

Out and About in Castle Combe, Chippenham!

I’m sorry I’m a little late with my blog this week, it had been my intention to share my holiday experiences with you on Tuesday but since coming back from Gloucestershire I’ve been slightly under the weather so my out put has been under par. I’m feeling better now but it’s put me behind even though I’ve still been working through and I’ve had much to catch up with. It’s not easy getting away as there is so much to keep on top of, and just when you think you’ve cleared your desk of work you get that all important e-mail you can’t put off which needs to be addressed immediately.

Poppy and I in Castle Combe!


Everything is so late this year due to the restrictions, where normally I would have the year sold by March. I’m doubling up on shows and cramming in paper work between performances. It’s such a treat to have a holiday even though Paul and I were away for only four days it was lovely to get away and have that quality time together. We decided to stay at The Toghill House Farm B&B in the village of Wick which is located just outside of Bath. We choose Toghill because it’s dog friendly and we wanted Poppy to enjoy her holiday too. Toghill didn’t disappoint and every morning Poppy was treated to a sausage

Paul with Winston Churchill at Claverton Manor!

for breakfast which she absolutely loved and woofed down!

There’s plenty to see in the surrounding area and during our visit we went to the charming villages of Castle Combe, Lacock and Tetbury which are all pretty places of  historical interest and often used as filming locations in period dramas. We also had a wonderful day at Claverton Manor which is the American museum situated just outside of Bath. The museum is set in beautiful grounds which was great for Poppy. Paul made the most of the tea room while I went inside and visited the house. I especially enjoyed looking at

The American Museum – Claverton Manor!

the patchwork textiles and room interiors which told the story of colonial America.

Despite only being away for a few days we had a lovely holiday until we visited “The Sign of the Angel” in Lacock for afternoon tea. It turned out to be a horrible experience and even now I can’t quite believe what happened to us.

Although we hadn’t booked a table we were told it would be 20 minutes before they could serve us due to the fact they were serving high tea to a coach party. Not a problem we said and I asked if I could have a latte while we were waiting as I felt my blood sugars starting to drop. As some of you

Paul & Poppy in the Mount Vernon Garden!

may know I’m a diabetic. I inject five to six times a day with insulin and I have to monitor my blood sugar very carefully. It was an extremely hot day and much quicker than expected my sugar levels started to plummet. Usually I carry supplies with me but on this occasion they had melted and I’d thrown them away earlier that day. I didn’t think this would be a problem as we were planning to have afternoon tea.

I asked the manager again if I could have a latte, and I stressed the importance of needing something sweet due to diabetes. The manager reiterated “As I’ve already explained to you I’m not prepared to serve you now” I stressed the importance of needing sugar quickly but he just walked away. Paul realizing how serious the situation was developing told me not to worry and he would get some sweets from the shop only to be confronted by the manager, Who asked him where he was going and said, only food bought on the premises could be consumed in the garden and if he returned to the hotel he would be refused entry and asked us

Inside the American Museum!

both to leave.

I then collapsed as I didn’t have enough strength to walk. Paul pleaded to members of the public for help and a packet of sweets was kindly donated by a gentlemen from the coach party. If it hadn’t been for that packet of sweet and a few minutes more I would have needed  an ambulance. Eventually a latte came but with-out sugar and as I ate the sweets I could see the manager and members of staff at the hotel laughing at us.

This was a distressing experience which shouldn’t

Enjoying the Gardens!

have happen. It doesn’t take much to lift a hypo but if untreated it can have serious consequences. It hard to believe that in this day and age a general manager of a hotel would behave so disgracefully and be lacking in basic compassion and awareness. Needless to say when I checked trip adviser Paul and I were not the only ones who have had issues with the manager at The Sign of the Angel!

I’m now getting very busy with the run up to Armed Forces day. It’s been 60s shows this week but come Saturday I’ve two shows back to back. I

Out-side The Snooty Fox in Tetbury!

have a garden party in the afternoon and then in the evening I’m over to Tring to perform for a special Armed Forces Day event at the Nora Grace Hall.  On Sunday I’m performing for The Luton Festival of Transport and tomorrow I’m over to Oxford so I’ve much to do and to prepare for.

I shall leave my blog here tonight as I’ve just run out of time and I need to get to bed.

Keep Following and next time I shall tell you more about my plans to make a new dark and dangerous music video.

Toodle pip and bye for now!

Happy and Glorious, Summer Holiday Plus Nessun Dorma at the Kings Arms!

Rule Britannia in Kettering!

Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree in Abingdon!

I’m busy tonight tying up lots of lose ends before I head off tomorrow on holiday. I’m having a couple of well earned days away with Paul and Poppy which we have been looking forward to very much.  We have booked to stay at a delightful farm house just out-side of Bristol in the village of Wick and it’s amazing just how many last minute things I need to do before I can get away tomorrow. I’m a little worried about the weather as I don’t want to over pack but then if the weather changes which it’s likely to do I don’t want to be caught out either.

This last weekend has been wonderful weather wise and it’s been great to wear my summer clothes at long last. This week I’ve been performing “Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree” shows in Oxfordshire along with “Happy and Glorious” shows with the run up to the Queens official birthday. I expect many of you have caught my live streams on Facebook.

On Saturday I was in Kettering performing for a wonderful garden party and then on Sunday it was all change with my Swinging 50s, 60s & 70s show. I had been booked to sing at The Kings Arms pub in Newport Pagnell. The booking came

Sound Checking at The Kings Arms!

in at very short notice and as I was free I was happy to oblige. The weather was perfect and initially I had been booked to start my show at 2pm but due to the football everything was delayed. Fortunately that wasn’t a problem and once the game finished the beer garden became extremely busy.

You can’t really go wrong musically with the 50s, 60s, Abba and Grease on a summers afternoon, and as we had a football crowd in I finished my show with Nessun Dorma.  Apparently Opera is very popular at The Kings Arms and I was given a

We’re All Going on a Summer Holiday!

standing ovation which was just lovely!

I shall leave you with a few photos as I think about enjoying my Summer Holiday rather than just singing about it as I finish my packing. I look forward to catching up with you when I get back.

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D-Day, Going Patriotic with Trooping the Colour, Bletchley Park & Off to Wick!

Remembering Normandy!

Once again I’m in something of a dash tonight before I head off to Wick on Tuesday. These last few days I’ve been catching up on paper work and making plans for 2021/ 2022. I’m selling dates like mad and I have a busy June and July ahead of me. Everything is very last minute with a number of different shows I need to turn around quickly if I want to stay on trend with demand.

Last week was all about “We’ll Meet Again” ATS shows and D-Day. If you follow me on Facebook you may have seen the footage I’ve been streaming live. Now the warmer weather is starting to break through, I’m being booked to perform my “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree” show instead. This week is the Queens Birthday and Trooping the Colour so on Friday

We’ll Meet Again at Richmond Manor!

and Saturday I’m performing my Proms show “Happy and Glorious”.  I know I need to set a little time aside to go back over my words, especially with “Rule Britannia” as it’s written in old English. There’s nothing worse than a singer who sings all the right words but not necessarily in the right order!

I’ve also been busy learning new material and later this month the trend will be turning towards “Summer Holiday” and songs from the 1950s, 60s & 70s. As you can imagine I have a lot going on in my head and much to remember.

On Stage in Wallingford!

It’s good to be out and about again although the emphasis is still on performing smaller scales shows rather than large events. This month the Best of British magazine published their 1940s special issue which list all the events. However on closer inspection a lot of the 1940s events have been deferred to 2022. Fortunately my performance at Bletchley Park is going ahead on the 31st July and details about my show went up on the Bletchley Park web-site this week. For more information please click the link below and if you are able to make it along to see my performance it will be delightful to see you.

Bletchley Park | What’s on — Concert Series: Fiona Harrison

I was also featured in the Northamptonshire Telegraph last week too when a show I performed for a care home in Kettering was covered by the local paper. This was the first entertainment

On Stage in Kettering at Elm Bank!

the residence had had since lock down. The show went really well and we couldn’t have wished for a better weather. To read the article please click the link below.

Kettering care home residents celebrate the return of live entertainment | Northamptonshire Telegraph (

We are already halfway through the year and I never stop planning ahead. Fortunately a lot of my dates have gone for 2021 but I still have blocks I’m keen to sell for the Autumn. Despite

Rule Britannia!

this it’s important to allow time for filming, photo shoots and the recording studio. I also want to set some time aside to visit a couple of museums this summer as I continue to hunt for great locations.

This Sunday I shall be performing at the Kings Arms in Newport Pagnell. I literally only got the call last week after the Booker saw my footage on Facebook. I’m singing from 2pm – 4pm with a break in the middle songs from the 1950s, 60s & 70s.

That’s all my news for the moment. I need to get back to my word learning and show plans. I shall leave you with a few photos from this weeks shows.

Keep Following Toodle Pip and bye for now! 😉


A Busy Week of Shows With The Run Up To D-Day!

We’ll Meet Again in Kettering!

It’s great to be out and about performing live again now that the restrictions are starting to lift. This week I’ve had something of a mixed bag performing a variety of different shows from my new Driveway Concert to “The Magic of the Musicals”, the 40s and 50s with “Mr Sandman” and “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree”. My most popular show by far this week has been “We’ll Meet Again” with the run up to D-Day and the 6th June.

This week I’ve also had a number of new customers who’s shows have taken me to Banbury, Northampton, Kettering, Stokenchurch

Dressed for My Leighton Buzzard Driveway Concert!

and Aylesbury. I love to travel and it’s great to find new clients. As the weather improves it’s the season for summer garden parties and I have a full diary.

I never stop working and I’m constantly producing new shows and researching music. I have a  pile of songs I need to learn by the end of the month  and next week I’m into “Happy and Glorious” Proms shows with the Queens Birthday and Trooping the Colour on the 12th.

Last Sunday I made a trip to the recording studio and picked up a number of new songs I’m busy learning to tie in with Beatles day and an

Magic of The Musicals in Stokenchurch!

around the world show I’m working on for early July. There is never enough time in the day as I’m trying to squeeze in rehearsal time between shows, not to mention all the office work I need to fit in as well.

With me performing such a varied selection of shows at the moment I’ve been streaming more of my performances so many more of you can enjoy them on line. Sadly my last two performances didn’t have any wifi I was able to plug into but I hope my next two performances will have wifi access. I find streaming extremely useful and it’s helped me no end especially as I’m introducing a lot of new numbers. It’s good to hear play back and to see how I do.

Usually at this time of year I’m in Normandy with the run up to the D-Day Commemorations. It seems strange not to be performing in France this year but Paul and I are booked for 2021 and we are looking forward to getting back to normal. I have a number of

Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree in Aylesbury!

photographic and filming projects I want to start work on soon and a list of potential venues I need to check out first.

I shall leave you with a few photos from this weeks shows. Keep Following Toodle Pip and Bye for Now!


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