And the lunch of Cornish crab and a superb Chablis helps aid our discussion as we mull over the future and dissect staff. A walk back to the station through the market and I came across the wonderful RSPCA collecting box, as featured. My hound, Sparkles, would have found it amusing I thought!
We had been planning on a fish restaurant in Wells, until we discovered it was the day of the burial of Harry Patch and thousands were expected at Wells. Interestingly the funeral arrangements were partly arranged by ACEVO member, Andrew Larpent, who was the head of the care home were Patch spent his final days. And how impressive that the service marked peace and reconciliation, not military might. And one of the pall bearers was from the German armed forces: a real lesson about the horrors of war. It is marvellous that the last living Briton to serve in the trenches had such clear views of the futility of the WWI.
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