excerpt from 'Living in the lane' pp. 8 (122 words)

excerpt from 'Living in the lane' pp. 8 (122 words)

part of

Living in the lane

original language


in pages



text excerpt

encoded value

[The Twelve Little Sunbeams were Jean Court’s schoolmates who regularly performed in local pantomime in the Bristol area]


After Christmas mother took us to the theatre to see the pantomime. We queued for ages to get into the cheaper seats in the gallery but it was worth it. [...]  I couldn’t wait to see the [Twelve Little] Sunbeams and when they danced on I nearly fainted with joy. I felt so proud of them and pointed out my favourite to mother. The looked the picture of daintiness as they sang:

“Tinkle, tinkle, tinkle,

What if the raindrops sprinkle

Tie a little bell to a dancing shoe

And the sun will shine.” 

Oh I did love those children. 

appears in search results as

excerpt from 'Living in the lane' pp. 8 (122 words)


reported in source


documented in
Page data computed in 312 ms with 1,549,480 bytes allocated and 35 SPARQL queries executed.