Uncle Dibs and Auntie Sam Hulme are Mearfest patrons, they decided to do a daily Molly pic, with a different guitar, wearing a different Molly t-shirt each day.
Molly On BREAKING THE SILENCE TOUR 2020. Was a tad breezy, but they managed to stay grounded around Buxton Opera House and The Crescent. They met Karl Ampofo and Kath, who were coincidentally visiting Nutbox.
More was to come over the next week, as Molly hung up high in uncle Dibs music room, where many great memories of uncle Dibs proudly wearing her hand were made.
They took Molly up to Solomon's Temple in the hope of getting some pics from the top. Where they nearly lost Dibs to the strong winds of change while holding his giant Molly kite!
Molly mooched over with the pair to Corbar Cross which is at the top of ANOTHER enormous hill, but for a few brief minutes, Molly could see the whole of Buxton. I should imagine the people of Buxton were wondering what was going on up there?
Molly Breaking The Silence Tour 2020, Nutbox Division.
There part is now done, handing the baton over to the good Revd Carl Flynn Edwards for the rest of the Buxton adventure where Molly will be going to church for a rememberance service and other places. Dibs and Sam said "it was a real honour to be part of this fantastic Mearfest Family and play a small part in spreading the word and Molly's legacy far and wide".
Mearfest Thanks you both.
'What is it?' Whispered Soo nervously.
'That', declared Sweep, with some authority, 'is the hand of an Angel called Molly.'
'But it's HUGE' said Sooty.
'Has to be' said Sweep, 'to touch as many hearts as it does'
'WOW!' said Soo
By Sam Hulme
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