"These memories of Roath had included the day my friend fell off the 'cheesecutter
I followed the diagrams and had a bobbin of cotton in one place and a spool secreted beneath Perspex and I threaded the needle with the help of an implement that looked like a very small cheesecutter
We sat in the kitchen, Bill pulling the cheesecutter
slowly and carefully across the yellow slab and laying the paper-thin slices on a plate for me.
Clive said: "We are looking forward to welcoming people to the farm shop to try the special sausage we've created - we're quite proud of it!" e programme of activities includes Cittaslow's "e Big Slow Breakfast" at the Masonic Hall, Mold, a celebration of Clwydian Range Lamb at Loggerheads Country Park, the Cheesecutter
Cheese Festival at the Black Lion Inn, Babell, and the Flintshare Open Day at Cilcain.
The only 'adventure' I can remember is my friend falling off something (think it was the long horizontal swing, known as the cheesecutter
The stage is close to the open-air food court and artists appearing include Mold Town Band, The Cheesecutters
, Click22, and 50 Hertz.
In the collection of reminiscences, Cheesecutters
and Gymslips: South Africans at Boarding School edited by Robin Malan (2008), the roll-call of teaching nuns is negative, in line with their typical representation in literature.
They used guitar strings like cheesecutters
to choke a potential victim.
They're nothing like the real thing - the old "cheesecutters
", with a stiff neb and a press stud to hold it in place.
The former Holywell High pupils will be joined by The Cheesecutters
, also from Holywell, who are currently bidding for the top spot on Britain's Got Talent.