This is the second time I have written this blog as I was unable to post my first attempt. I think it was because I used a pound sign - I won't do that again.
Well it would have been silly not to have taken advantage of such a good offer wouldn't it? A return rail ticket to London that only cost two pounds is too good to be true especially as it would normally be around thirty five pounds! So off to London we went and had a super day visiting the Mall Galleries and the V&A museum.
www.mallgalleries.org.uk The Sunday Times Watercolour Competition was staged in the main galleries. This was like a very good quilt exhibition where there is something for everyone to enjoy. The other was a retrospective exhibition of work by Max Lowry who sadly died suddenly last year at the age of 34. This was a big, bold exhibition of energetic work which was both thought provoking and amusing.
After lunch we walked through St James's Park to catch a tube to South Kensington and it was at this particular time that the heavens opened but it was good to see that all of the pigeon population are not centred around my back garden!
Speak to you soon