A shaggy dog story starts with an introduction

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Timmy’s Tale

Timmy
Timmy

As all Choir members know, we have a canine friend who comes along each week; he belongs to our Director of Music, Simon Dunbavand.

Initially Timmy found it very hard to keep quiet when we were singing.  He had to go outside for a while as his impersonation of our choral efforts were not very complementary.  Howling is not what we do! But Timmy has grown and matured and can now be quiet for a whole practice unless he thinks someone or something untoward is happening, when he will let us know with his loud bark.  He found the night of the General Election particularly challenging and, let’s face it, he probably wasn’t alone.

As you can imagine staying at home to protect the NHS and save lives is hard for a dog so he and Simon have been concentrating on memories of exciting walks together.  Join Timmy and his humans as they discover exciting West Country places by reading Timmy’s Tales (or should it be Tails?).  Perhaps when it is possible to get out and about again their adventures will inspire you to visit Timmy’s haunts.

Download the first instalment here. Timmys Tales – Introduction

 

4 thoughts on “A shaggy dog story starts with an introduction

    Paula Christian said:
    April 4, 2020 at 7:18 pm

    Thank you, Timmy. Do you miss us?

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    Ruth Bowyer said:
    April 4, 2020 at 8:15 pm

    Thanks. Enjoyed it. Have been doing one myself!

    On Sat, Apr 4, 2020 at 6:34 PM South Devon Choir wrote:

    > South Devon Choir posted: “Timmy’s Tale As all Choir members know, we have > a canine friend who comes along each week; he belongs to our Director of > Music, Simon Dunbavand. Initially Timmy found it very hard to keep quiet > when we were singing. He had to go outside for a whi” >

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      South Devon Choir responded:
      April 6, 2020 at 10:02 am

      If you would like to share it with us get in touch at our usual contact email address 🙂

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