For the past two months we have all been under lockdown and advised to stay at home other than for specified reasons. Our PM has announced the Roadmap to move us out of the restrictions and it looks like our volunteers could be released back into the wild from the end of March. In reality that probably means re-starting our work after Easter and initially under the rule of six. Continue reading Bits and Bobs for February
As we are all in lockdown at the moment, it is hard not to reminisce about the times when we use to gather around the truck tailgate for a cuppa and grab one of the latest baking delights. To keep in practice for when we are able to safely gather again, Chris has been trying out and perfecting his version of ginger oatcakes for you to enjoy. Continue reading Chris’ Ginger Oatcakes
We have had plenty of practice now for lockdowns, so it is easier to slip into the routine of not going anywhere and mostly seeing other people on a screen. We had a few weeks of volunteering in December and were ready to continue in January under Tier 4 regulations, but Lockdown 3 changed that, and we have been confined to barracks since. Continue reading Water, water everywhere
Following the November lockdown our volunteers were able to go out for two weeks before we finished for the Christmas break.
It has been a strange year for us all. This time last year we were saying farewell and happy retirement to Paula on our final workday at Rackheath. Continue reading Chips with everything