Martin and Oliver Webb Fine Stone Miniatures. Museum quality medieval stone carvings in miniature. Green Men, Angels, cathedral roof bosses and corbels.

Some of Oliver's personal favourites.

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Here are a variety of links to sites which we hope will be of interest to you.

....mythical creatures....   ....folklore and legend.... ....three hares image.... ....tinners' rabbits.... ....perfect gift....

Penny Ha'Penny Horse and Pony Rescue. Reg'd Charity No. 1126507.

A very good friend, Sue Penny, has been rescuing neglected and abandoned horses and ponies for many years. Many of the horses she rescues have been subjected to extreme cruelty and mistreatment and are in exceptionally poor condition. She typically spends around £30,000 a year treating and caring for the animals; as many as 65 at any one time and, until the end of October 2008, this was all funded by Sue personally. The amount of work Sue puts into her rescue work is immense and her dedication total. To make a contribution please contact: Mrs S E Penny, 37 Knapp Way, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 1SG.

Estuary Web Services is my brother in law's web site.

The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain If one needed to describe the very best qualities of the British character; its sense of humour, mastery of an art and the highly endearing love of championing an underdog (in this case the vastly underrated and unjustly ridiculed Ukulele), you could do no better than to visit the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain (preferably in the flesh - go to one of their concerts). Forget George Formby and Tiny Tim, this line-up of virtuoso players will dazzle you. Their renditions of Kate Bush's "Wuthering Heights", Isaac Hayes "Shaft" theme, "The Good Bad and the Ugly", not to mention a good smattering of tunes and songs ranging from the classical to punk rock, are absolutely brilliant. You might not realise it yet, but you really DO NEED to hear their music. They are a phenomenon.

The Fairbourne and Barmouth Steam Railway in North Wales is an absolute delight and is set in one of the most beautiful parts of Wales, running from Fairbourne to the Barmouth ferry. As a child I used to go on holiday to Fairbourne with my family and have happy memories of travelling on the railway, now I take my own children on the same railway and it's just as much fun. Fairbourne and its little trains are very special.

Geoff Cryer has a really wonderful site stuffed full of beautiful photographs of steam and diesel. Train buffs absolutely have to visit this one. I really love this site! Ever wondered who used to live in your present home, or who might be living in your old house? My Old House has the answer! Oliver, as his long suffering family and those weary looking individuals whom he claims as friends, will readily attest to his lifelong passion for old cars, and Drive Archive is a must for other individuals similarly afflicted! Friends Reunited is quite simply the best site for locating old friends.

Stoke Prior Community Primary School I am especially pleased to include a link to Stoke Prior School. This little school, set in the Herefordshire countryside, and described in a recent OFSTED report as "Outstanding", Stoke Prior School is an absolute gem. I would urge anyone moving to the area with children of primary education age to pay a visit to this truly wonderful little school. To view the winners of the recent photographic competition, click here: Photographs

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