After a very late lunch at St Richards Hospice cafe we took outselves off to see Greyfriars a National Trust property. Interesting notices
The brother and sister Matley & Elsie Moore who moved into this house in the early 50s and created this gem. He was a dentist.
We walked around the corner to take this photo of the lovely garden of the Alms Houses
Then off to the museum for 5.30
Greeted by harpist
Definitely needed this Blue Moon cocktail
Our favourite sauce
An early Turner just one in the exhibition of his early work
There was an excellent section devoted to Wocestershire regiments. We both found things of great interest here Tonys ancestor fought in India at this time. Just don’t know if he received this medal
A number of my ancestors were in the Sherwood Foresters. Now both Regiments are part of the Mercian Regiment
Have you ever wondered how the River Severn got its name? Wonder no longer….
And so another busy day. Went back to Matilda for Beaver Pie