glis glis invasion

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When the wind blows the slates on the Wendy House roof rattle,   or could it be something else?

On a hot day the Wendy House roof timbers creak, or could it be something else?

Picture of a Glis Glis hosted on the Daily Mail website

Picture of a Glis Glis hosted on the Daily Mail website

According to an article in the Mail,   edible doormice are invading the home counties,   first introduced to Tring by the 2nd Baron Rothschild.

Luckily the Wendy House is out of the current glis glis play grounds and if they do come here I wont be spending a fortune on pest control services to remove them,   I’ll just put the fluff balls in the attic for a wee bit of fun every now and then.

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2 bits of lovely banter on “glis glis invasion”

  1. kevin writes:

    Ooh… I wish…

    A friend reminds me that the Romans used to coat them in honey and barbecue them on sticks. Which just goes to show that the barbarians weren’t just on the other side of Hadrian’s Wall.

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  2. Madame Defarge writes:

    Which just proves why one should avoid Tring. Dangerous wild beasts on the loose.

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