Search Results for “Daley Bread”

April 16, 2012

Give us this day

by 3arn0wl

Daley Bread had been inundated with adolescent teenage boys all day.

Perhaps their new advertising campaign had been slightly misguided:

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February 12, 2012

…or not 2B

by 3arn0wl

Granny Smith was left waiting out in the cold for a long time yesterday morning as the usually punctual 2B failed to turn up: either it had broken down, or it’d got stuck in the snow. Whatever the reason, it was highly inconvenient, for Saturday is ‘shopping day’, and any break with routine is unthinkable.

Eventually Ellie Vator stopped and offered her a lift, for which she was grateful.

The fruit & veg stalls plundered and the Sunday roast acquired,  she popped into Daley Bread, where she happened to meet Jonathan Macintosh.  He offered her a lift home in the Russett coloured Fiesta.

It wasn’t 2B though,  because Rosie Barriclough came along in the post bus.

February 6, 2012

A conundrum (6)

by 3arn0wl

What was Noel Tall doing taking a piece of farming equipment into Daley Bread?

February 4, 2012

Breakfast News

by 3arn0wl

The Poppleton Fire Brigade dashed into Daley Bread in an apparent emergency earlier this morning. Having ordered up all the stock, they confessed to being starving and in need of quantitative easing.

Lord Rupert’s printer is jammed again.  You’d’ve thought he would have realised by now that that’s what happens when you try to use the computer whilst you’re having breakfast.

Angela Anyould’s a cereal starter:  never seems able to finish her muesli though.

And Dr. Heal has counselled Oliver Bath to refrain from eating Moore’s Biscuits for breakfast.  Nice as they are, they’re much better for elevenses.

Later: Trouble at the Women’s Institute.

August 10, 2011

Use yer loaf

by 3arn0wl

Artisan bread maker, Gaia Daley, announced a new initiative yesterday.

From the beginning of September Daley Bread, on Market Square, will be open for breakfast.

There’s as much jam on toast as you can eat for £2, and muesli, croissant, bacon butties and boiled eggs on offer too.

“Everyone’s welcome,” said Gaia, “from market traders to the kids from Poppleton High.”

The bakery certainly has nothing to prove – there are often queues outside their shop for a loaf.

May 24, 2012

D-brief

by 3arn0wl

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May 17, 2012

Norm & the Social Climbers

by 3arn0wl

Norm-ally it’s a solitary thing. You choose your building, and go for it.  But in Poppleton there’s a group of social climbers,  led by social Norm,  who met in crepuscular light on the fortieth day of Easter, to scale the towers of St. Nick’s.

They’d walked around the church several times to determine the best way up, and equipped only with a torch,  ascended the Minster as the sun came up.  Once there, they unfurled a banner between the towers.

But how to get down?  Usually they abseiled,  but they didn’t want to damage the building, so they parachuted to the ground using the Dean’s vestments!

Afterwards they went for a coffee and a raisin cookie @ Dailey Bread.