The people of Wymsey are renowned in the district for particular qualities that have been hard to define, so we leave it up to you to meet us and make up your own minds. Just click on a person's picture to visit them.
The Quizz: Many visitors to Wymsey have mentioned in passing that most of the population remain enigmas and could the Contortium do something about it. So we put our collective heads together, which from above looked like that old advert for the Apple iMac, and came up with The Quizz. We just hope that this answers your needs because we don't know what else can be done. Just go to your person of interest below.
In line with our policy of personal empowerment the Contortium has invited villagers to give voice to whatever preoccupations they may have.
|The Main Players|
|The Nam, Gordon deStompe.||Little Nance or Nancey.|
|The Snorter, Leslie Smith.||John Applegate, local history man.|
|The Rev, Vicar of Wymsey.||Charlie Stebbings, ace reporter and farmer.|
|Sam Toogood, ale brewster.||Torquay, ex-supermodel.|
|Sister Sara O'Hara||Freud, an influence.|
|Major General Barking-Barking||Julius Blaah, ex-councillor & church warden.|
|Rampling Dan Dither, '70s icon.||Sergeant Peter Jones, Watchester DS.|
|DC Michael Stains, Watchester DS.||Professor Michael Field, head of EEU at UWAT.|
|Lizzie Kallinthrop, ex-punk rocker.||Ernest Stuffe, rural guru.|
|Ethel M & Bertram B Nails||Dr Ben Becula|
|Lenin, another influence.||Clara, the Alcoholic Chicken.|
|Other village people.||Wymsey Surnames, a service to genealogy.|
|Sister Sara O'Hara's Moped||The Wednesday Bus|