Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac – Brighton Isn’t Just for Royals
June comes in with the scent of roses. BUT all too often it has an OLD SHAWL on her shoulders, A BAD COLD in her head and CORNS on her … Continue reading
Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac – the Secret of the Witches of Hove
Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac of 1836 unlocks the real story behind the witches of Hove and discovers the patron saint of the impossible.
Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac Reveals THREE of Life’s Great Truths
Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac reveals three essential truths about life (including the one about one size fitting all)
Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac – It’s Always Best to Keep in with the Right Kind of Saint
Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac of April 1836 reveals the saint of the week (a good man to know if you want to get ahead) and the adventures of a much travelled chandelier
Mrs Finnegan Always Judges a Man by his Poker
How do you judge someone’s character? Mrs Finnegan believes you should observe how they treat a fire about to go out…
Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac – the Protective Powers of Hot Cross Buns
More from the 1836 Almanac. Discover how to ease a burn with a snail, predict the weather by watching cows & play the games they enjoy in Hove on Good Friday (Warning: there’s a lot of kissing involved)
Mrs Finnegan Begins Again — ANNOUNCING a Household Almanac for Brighton (and the World)
The much awaited first issue of the 1836 almanac from the pen of Brighton’s Regency Housekeeper. Expect recipes and remedies, saints and Murder of the truly awful kind.