Riggwelter: from the Old Norse words “rigg”, meaning back or shoulder and “velte”, to overturn. If a sheep rolls over onto its back and can’t get up without help, local Dales dialect says it   is rigged or riggwelted.



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  1. Hello,

    I am writing to you from the charity, Marie Curie Cancer Care, to let you know about our brand new online shop. We spoke with you earlier in the year about our tea cosy competition and following the great success we had would like to try promoting our new shop. (www.mariecurie.org.uk/shop)

    Our shop has lots of exciting new crafting and hobbies products which we believe may be of interest to you and your readers. From stocking fillers to larger gifts, Marie Curie has got your Christmas shopping covered.

    We can create an exclusive discount on items if you or your readers would be interested in working with us and It would be great to collaborate on a campaign in the lead up to Christmas – a prime time for purchasing and giving crafting gifts.

    Not only can you buy all your Christmas shopping but 100% of the profits go to providing free nursing care to terminally ill patients in the comfort of their own homes or one of our 9 hospices.

    If you are at all interested, please contact Ed Hennessy within our Commercial Team at ed.hennessy@mariecurie.org.uk or 020 7599 7320.

    Kind Regards,

    Ed Hennessy

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