Still in Banbury with number 1 Granddaughter Curly (Abbie) and yet again in Wetherspoons, at this rate i think I'm going to have to buy some shares in the place . We were joined by Keith and Ann from Nb Oakfield who also like the value that Wetherspoons offer. We have now done everyone of their club days and apart from the Sunday lunch which was served still frozen we have enjoyed, Tuesday steak club, Wednesday chicken club, Thursday curry club and Friday Fish club . Now guess who is a skint fat you know what……….. Picture by Curly of the best Nan in the world.
The view down the canal in Banbury towards the Museum which is on the left. This whole area is due for major building work with the construction of a multiplex cinema and restaurants . There was a plan to cover the entire area with a glass roof , but that has now been shelved.
Tooley’s Historic boat yard which is situated in the middle of the Castle Quays development has the oldest working dry dock on the inland waterways. It was established in 1790 to build and repair wooden boats.
We were only going to the museum but guess what, it was market day so time for Carolyn to give Curly some more training in the Art of shopping and spending money. Fortunately there wasn't very many stalls so we didn't spend a penny. Just the ticket…