What Abingdon has been twittering today

January 14, 2012

From the last day on twitter we have …
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From @FabFlowersEveryone seems to be buying bulb planters today for a little bit of Spring indoors”
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From a customer at @TheOldAnchor . “At The Old Anchor, pint of mulled cider and a roaring fire. Doesn’t get much better than that. Shame we have to walk home!“.
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Boat owners do a lot of tweeting.  There is quite a network.  From @nbthegreenman “All the water points are frozen. Should’ve paid attention to the weather forecast and filled up yesterday.”
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From me @back_streeterHarry Lost and Found (again)“.

I was too busy taking pictures – it was so picturesque – to notice that Harry followed another group of people and dogs.
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Finally from @mostlybooksmark replying to @AbingdonCofCSo do we know *which* shops Johnny Depp visited when he was in #Abingdon this week?

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2 Comments Leave a Comment

  • 1. Iain  |  January 15, 2012 at 12:36 pm

    I’m not a tweeter but would share that we went to ADC’s panto Alice in Wonderland yesterday. Unicorn was full and everyone – especially kids had a wonderful (sorry) time. Panto was good – my kids particularly liked tweedle dum and tweedle dee. I particularly liked the half time mug of mulled wine.

    Anyway well done to all involved and I thoroughly recommend to those of you who haven’t been – particularly if you’ve got kids/grand kids.

  • 2. Backstreeter  |  January 15, 2012 at 9:21 pm

    Thanks Iain, I had hoped to go but did not have any young children to accompany me.

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