The rest of the month!

We made three visits to The Roses. The first was to see Christins Rhianoff and her dancers. The theme was Dance to the Music.

Local dance schools had been invited to participate and she spent ages at the end of the show posing for photos with them.

The second visit was to see Frankies Boys who gave a very slick performance! Quite a lot of audience participation!

Our third visit was to watch the film Bombshell. Ironically the following day Harvey Weinstein was sentenced!

A stunning display of snowdrops and purple crocus

Visited a Family History Fair at UWE in Bristol in the hope of help in reserching ancestors. No success in finding the elusive Aldridge Grandfather but a very enjoyable and thought provoking day. We stopped by the Wiltshire stall to say hello. Bought a new web based genealogy programme.

Enjoyed the Civic Society Talk on the Newport Ship so much so that we plan a visit to see the site!

We had our first dance lesson with Robert in Badsey, We are determined to conquer the Foxtrot.

We braved the floods (Good job we had done some off roading training with JLR) and went off to spend the day at the NEC looking around the Caravan and Camping exhibition. Brownhills of Newark kindly provide all their owners with refreshment so we enjoyed a delicious ploughmans lunch.

Caught up with Devizes friend Claire when she was working in Stratford on Avon

Yet another battle with DVLA. In order to drive Henry I need a C1 category on my Driving Licence – it’s automatically removed when you reach a certain age. I had to have a half hour expensive appointment with my GP to check my health and this resulted in an expensive visit to the opticians. Having submitted all the necessary paperwork my licence was returned without the CI category. Aaagh!

And so February comes to an end and my elder grandson Eli has his eleventh bithday.

 

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