It’s very windy, hope Tomas does not get blown off course as Ann is rushing over to Hay to take Tomas with his new lettering for the Festival to use – will be good PR for us having it buzzing around.
We then went on to collect Ann and take round some Brecon Beacons Holiday brochures and leaflets – especially Asleep in Hay to make sure visitors are aware of the lovely flat there. A quick lunch, very good soup in The Granary where Isla Hampson has hung some lovely rustic photographs – let’s hope she manages to sell some.
Last night we went over to Hay – had a quick bite to eat with Elaine at The Venison Centre stand – and then went on to see Noah and The Whale or was it Jonah and The Ark – that was Ceri’s mistake to her utter embarrassment – anyway really enjoyed them. I had to say worried I would be the only “silver top” in the audience but there were plenty more! I did feel slightly been there done that – as my husband was a folk musician in the 60/70’s and there were certainly shades of folk, Bob Dylan, Steele Eye Span etc.
My daughter, Tamsin and Ben plan to climb Pen-y-fan tomorrow – looking for a film location – something to do with a robot climbing a hill.
Anyway I have forgotten to put my grandchildren into my social visits to Hay Festival equation “oh dear”!!!