Hi I am Lyndsey, ‘Are Reg’ is my Grandad. I am very  proud of him, his poetry and talks over the years.  I always learn so much from him, which I am very grateful for.

I know that  through his poetry and talks, Grandad has over the years, put a smile on so many people’s faces and brightened their days, which is one of the best gifts a person can give.

This blog is from a book of his poetry I put together for him last year – but as yet did not have it officially printed (all though many of you will have had copies that Grandad has printed for you).

So for the first time we are going Electronic!

I will update this blog with poems and images from this book plus lots of other little updates on the way! Please respect that this material is my Grandad’s own work and to enjoy it for you pleasure.

If you wish to print or use any of the following blogs for social, or other means please contact first for permission. We can also arrange to send you a printed version.

As will all of the other books my Grandad has publish all money raised goes to charity we would like to do the same here ( when I work our how to do this)

Enjoy x



3 thoughts on “About

  1. debbie Tonks

    Hi Lyndsey, Your granddad gave our care home some of his poems to use in our monthly magazines and the residents have really enjoyed reading them, they have prompted many a discussion and reminiscence and we look forward to sharing more with them. Regards Deb Tonks

  2. Susan baron

    Hi Lyndsey can I arrange to get a printed version please.

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