Tall Tales

Uncle Willy could be counted on, he could juggle, yodel and do a jig on the cricket pitch. Best of all Willy had a way with words. In his Baritone drawl he would hold-forth why all young houndling’s should stay up late, eat lashings of Cherry-whistle pie and engage in what he termed “large helpings…

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The Grand Ol Snouter: Fifth Edition

The Grand Ol Snouter: Fifth Edition A monthly circulation THE TRACKS Train debate uninteresting Members of the Alveridge Steam Locomotion Club are holding their annual general meeting in the back room of the Whale and Trout tonight at 7.30pm. Guest speaker is Ronald Anorak with the evergreen subject of “Railway tracks, is there a wrong…

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Lonely Dog Heads to London

Earlier this month, LONELY DOG headed to Brand Licensing Europe in London. While there, we enjoyed three days full of speaking with licensees and licensors in order to introduce the brand to the European Market. Lonely Dog was featured in the Licensing Made in Magazine (Issue 11/2016) As well as Licensing! Global (October 2016) And finally the License…

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The Grand Ol Snouter: Fourth Edition

The Grand Ol Snouter: Fourth Edition A monthly circulation No noise not good noise Noise complaints reached an all-time high this weekend in the party season build-up to the umpteenth Midsummer Madness Festival. A record 248 complaints were received from irate neighbours by the Noise Squad. Chief Inspector Snoop told the Snouter; “I can’t believe how inconsiderate…

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The Grand Ol Snouter: Third Edition

The Grand Ol Snouter: Third Edition A monthly circulation Drive-through drama prompts warning Alveridge East police are calling for stricter controls on the new fad for Trunkrider customising following a robbery yesterday evening. Staff at the Mega-steak drive-thru-n’get-stuffed were terrified when a modified Houndster Outward Boundster arrived at their service window. Staff member Sharleen Portly described…

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The Grand Ol Snouter: Second Edition

The Grand Ol Snouter: Second Edition A monthly circulation Bronson Howler Band By Jeremy Folkbeard Alveridgean music fans hate a capella groups, if last night’s performance by the Bronson Howler Band is anything to go by. Even among a hugely partisan crowd in their own local, the trio, formed from the ranks of the Howlers…

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