The bangers, mash and beans were great, and the Arctic Roll with peaches for dessert took me back to the 1970s. Then, after dinner had been cleared up, we set to making sandwiches for the following day as the children are leaving for home soon after breakfast and are taking a packed lunch with them.
Later that evening we were royally entertained by the youngsters as they put on a talent show for us - and there was some serious talent on show!
As the sun was setting some of us made our way to the nearby Chapel of St Peter-on-the-Wall to share in prayers. What a privilege to be praying in the oldest church building in England; St Peter's was built by St Cedd in 654. I wish I'd taken a camera with me, because the setting sun shone in through the small windows causing such a golden glow in the chapel.