The Fish and Chip Van was brilliant. They served ninety meals within the hour, and everyone thought they were delicious.
Towards the end of the meal, Packington’s resident saxophonist, Nicola, played some terrific well-known tunes. By the end of her show many of her audience were humming or singing along
Robin gave without notes a word-perfect, rhyming monologue with recollections of times in the early years of her Majesty’s reign. It was amazing content, funny, poignant and for some of us triggering memories of days long past, such as: “.. and Dennis Compton, free from care, rubs more Brylcreem in his hair..”