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Rose Blakeley

This page links to the websites of my family and friends alongside a variety of other sites, which are of great interest to me and well worth viewing.

Garry Blakeley (Feast of Fiddles) -

Fabulous fiddler, professional musician and teacher.




Beautiful Bows and Violins -

A large collection of violins, violas, cellos, bows and accessories.




Edward Blakeley -

Fantastic composer and producer.




The Gorags of Sussex : The Ragnarock Chronicles -

An intriguing and highly imaginative book by Sarah Kendall. Published in 2014.




Fi Rawlings Jewellery Plus -

A variety of beautiful jewellery and craft items inspired by the natural world.




Sharon Hulf Jewellery -

Stunning handcrafted, silver jewellery. Member of South East Open Studios.

1c. Garry Blakeley
3c. Edward Blakeley
5b. Fi Rawlings Jewellery Plus
6. Sharon Hulf Jewellery

The Company of the Green Man -

All things Green Man & Jack-in-the-Green.

The Company of the Green Man - Logo
2a. Beautiful Bows and Violins (black & white)

Slippery Jacks -

Where you can buy from talented creatives who work in harmony with nature and the spirits of old.

Slippery Jacks Logo (SMALL)

Nothings Forgotten by Herne Wood -

Poet, writer and philosopher.

This site features poems, quotations and the Calendar of Days.

8. Herne Wood 1.

The Wild Hunt Bedlam Morris -

Their dances blend ancient North European Mythology with their own interpretation of English Bedlam Morris. The dancing is energetic and noisy and accompanied by robust English folk music.

9. The Wild Hunt Logo (white on black)

Hastings Traditional Jack in the Green -

An extraordinary assembly fills the town of Hastings old,

A fusion of costumes, wonderful and bright, a vision to behold!

We join in celebration by the shores of a golden sea,

As from the cheers, at last, once more, the Jack-in-the-Green is free!


A fabulous weekend of music and dance precedes a vibrant, green procession led by the glorious and charismatic Jack.

10. Hastings JITG (logo)

Hooded Man Volume 1: Robin of Loxley -

Book by Andrew Orton. Foreword by producer Esta Charkham.

With its distinctive mixture of history and mythology, Robin of Sherwood, broadcast on ITV between 1984 and 1986, was an innovative treatment of the Robin Hood legend. Hooded Man Volume 1 explores the production of the first two series, the legends, literature and history that influenced them. It is an essential guide for every true fan of the series.  


11. Hooded Man

To order from Miwk Publishing Ltd - Click here

Available as a Kindle eBook. To buy a copy click here - Amazon

Hooded Man Volume 2 : Robert of Huntingdon -

Book by Andrew Orton. Foreword by Jason Connery.

Hooded Man Volume 2 takes a fresh look at each episode starring Jason Connery.  It explores the production of the third series and the legends, literature and history that influenced it.  On the way you’ll find new trivia, goofs and memorable dialogue and much more.

To order from Miwk Publishing - Click here

12. Hooded Man
4c. The Gorags of Sussex (with text)
Fi's Jewellery

Beautiful jewellery hand crafted by Fi Rawlings

now available on Folksy -

 click here

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