Shirriff "Tom" Little-Burrow
Bounder of The Shire; Minstrel and Entertainer
The Smoked Kipper Inn, Deephallow, South-Farthing
Protector of The Shire
'Tom' Burrows is a well know minstrel and the flute player of The Burrows, with his brother Biffo on the tambourine. They toured mostly in The South Farthings regularly playing at festivals in Longbottom and Sackville, where they were known for their unusual routines. Although Tom's trademark outfit drew in crowds, the group never could get a foothold in the rest of The Shire. Tom left the band a few weeks later to find another occupation.
Unsure of what to do, he eventually decided to join the Bounders. Although most other hobbits thought the 'colourful clown' did it on a rebound, he found that he enjoyed it. There was a lot of walking involved of course.
However his fortunes changed after he caught Lilabet Roper training burglars.
Prequel to A Bounder goes South
..for some unknown reason, this incident concerning Lilabet, made Second Shirriff Bodo Bunce, insisted that Tom should become a Shirriff in a small quiet town called Deephallow. Although he was delighted Tom was not sure where it was.
Music & Longbottom Wine.
The sound of 'Bagpipes', As it spoils music and turns wine sour
To earn his second feather for his bounder's hat
"Darn it", "Oh dear",
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