Lost Treasure Found Again



Lost Treasure Found Again!







Whilst excavating a collapsed cellar in the crumbling ruin that once housed the P&P Conservatoire for Performing Arts archaeologists unearthed a dusty, battered tin box which contained an old picture gallery. Clearly the collection had been lovingly assembled by a driven, devoted soul, probably a monk, and for some inconceivable reason had been abandoned and left there in the dark and dust, aeons ago. Some of the images are perhaps as old as, ooh, 5 years or more. Some younger members might, if peering through squinted eyes, discern some recognisable features of some of their more senior colleagues. The collection is not fully indexed or catalogued so it is difficult to glean which ancient “tableaux vivants” the images represent but perhaps, in time, some of the details might yet be added if they can be rescued from aging memories. Well, it should have loaded by now so enough of this nonsense, step back in time and see how things used to be………….





























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