A Brief History of the Burrow: Part Five

The BIG Burrow Project and the Burrow Website

Hello friends! Here is the final installment of A Brief History of the Burrow, a review of Tails from the Burrow's first year.

We spent the Summer working hard on our biggest Burrow project so far – the Tails from the Burrow 2011 Calendar. It consists of 12 detailed, full colour images (each with a hidden badger) and a rhyming couplet for every month (a clever parody of Sarah Coleridge's "The Months" ;-)). It follows a year in Bluebell Woods, featuring a bunny snowball fight in Flanuary, Maypole dancing in Hay, the annual Woodland cricket match in Jelly, and setting traps for carrot theives in Oxtober.

The calendar is undoubtably our greatest accomplishment – Tails from the Burrow at its very best! The first edition of the calendar, limited to 75 copies, sold out within 3 days.

The calendar would make a great Christmas present for someone special, and is available to buy from our on-line shop.

In Jelly we launched our brand new Burrow website – www.tailsfromtheburrow.com! It's home to our best poems and cartoons (in English and in Swedish), and also contains the Burrow Shop. Please have a look at it and let us know what you think!

Our production rate has slowed down a bit lately, due to a new addition to the Burrow, Baby Monkey (born on 18th Oxtober), but we have lots of new burrow projects lined up for the next 12 months. Please keep visiting our website, following our blog and do stay in touch with Twitter or Facebook. We can also be emailed at fromtheburrow@gmail.com

Once again we'd like to thank everyone who has supported us this year, everyone who has enjoyed our work, bought our fanzine and calendar or been to our exhibitions! You've made two silly bunnies very, very happy.

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