It was a glorious day when we woke up so the house work was done and we wanted to go to the bank to pay two cheques in. I do banking on-line but sometimes we have to go to tha bank and i was wondering if it was still there. They are closing them and Weather Spoons turn them into lovely eating places.
We park in the football park but so did so many visitors today.the school holidays are defiantly underway, all the roads to our coast have been so busy.
We found a spot and Louis was enjoying a run on the field
We carried on into Favesham High Street.
It is a very quant unspoilt part of Kent.
Faversham – Kent’s undiscovered gem. A Royal market town bristling with character and history – but just an hour from London by high-speed rail. Independent shops galore, antiques, open countryside, sea breezes and a hidden haven for foodies too.
We went into the bank and then walked around people watching.
Traveling home again was so lovely with the windows open and the breeze ruffling our hair.
I was checking on FaceBook and found Asbestos Action Tayside
Good luck to the The Archie Foundation Tayside who will be raising funds by auctioning off the various ‘Oor Wullies’ on display around Dundee.
Asbestos Action (Tayside) is a Scottish charity that has been set up to assist sufferers of asbestos related diseases. We are a voluntary, not-for-profit organisation set up to provide practical support and advice to those who have an asbestos related disease. We want to ensure there is a local service in the East of Scotland to respond to any queries that a person diagnosed with an asbestos condition may have.
The charity was formed by a group of people from the East of Scotland who either have an asbestos related illness or have cared for someone with an asbestos linked condition.
We need more of these Support Groups to help locally with Mesothelioma Patients to assist them in all the problems and information needed,
I will write about each one to help to reach them through the country