Sorry forgot to add this close up photo of Gotz Fritz wearing James’ golfing gear to the golf section below.
James dressed in his cricket gear, Doll Works sweater, Ruthsdolls shirt, trousers and shoes, bat and ball made by Len Jordan.
James is a member of Audley Cricket Club (and plays in the under eleven team) whose grounds are less than half a kilometre from my old family home.
James on one if the pitches.
Waiting for the stumps to be bought from the pavillion before play can begin.
Just coming from warming up on the all weather seasons pitch.
Jac and his superb new fishing rod and tackle that he has been given for his sixth birthday.
Jac enjoying a spot of fishing on a lovely sunny afternoon in a small widlife venue less that quarter of a kilometre from my old family home.
Now where’s the best spot to sit?
This is a delightful, quiet and secluded spot where one can easily escape from the hustle and bustle of the real world.
Sitting and quietly reflecting for a moment or two.
Heading home after a most enjoyable and peaceful afternoon.
Ross down staying with my daughter and enjoying life amongst the ‘sporty’ set at Sussex Polo Club.
Seen here with her Polo tack.
Ross practising his stick swings just before play. (I had the minature sticks made up especially from a Polo stockist company in the US.)
Ruth Hartley faithfully copied this Polo shirt (and the boots) for Ross that my daughter designed for her own Polo team, Dark Horse, and had made up in Argentina when she was over there brushing up her Polo skills before the start of one of the seasons.
Ross is in Jeans, which are allowed to be worn when playing Chukkas, BUT ‘one’ has to wear ‘Whites’ when participating in a tournament. Only BROWN (not black) leather boots are allowed when playing on the Polo fields.
Watching play from an advantageous position.
Minding the ponies.
James is a member of Alsager Golf Club which is about a kilometre from where we live.
He tries to play a round every Saturday to improve his skills.
He is wearing chinos by Pinestreetstudios, an angora jumper finely knitted by Christine Durand around his shoulders, can just be seen in the first golf photo by the sign, (can’t remember who made the top and cap) and shoes by Ruthsdolls. Gof clubs bought off eBay.
The second page of the article in the magazine.
The sport of Karate featured in the centre.