Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Big cats at Marston Trussell

There's only one place to be this weekend: the Sun Inn at Marston Trussell near Market Harborough. It is hosting the first national British Big Cats Conference.

As an article in this morning's Guardian said:

It is estimated that up to 7,000 people a year see panther-like (black) animals, or puma-like (brown) animals at large in the UK.
If you do visit the conference, be careful. As the Rutland and Leicestershire Panther Watch site shows, this part of the world is simply crawling with the beasts.

Mind you, Marston Trussell is just over the Northamptonshire border, so it may be less dangerous than other local villages.

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