Retail therapy, in Cambridge was the order of the day, but more for Victoria to get ‘office style’ clothes, which she has to wear in the sixth form; I walked almost eleven kilometres during the day. We stopped for coffee in the Grafton Centre during the morning, then lunch in Wetherspoons; on the way home we stopped for more coffee and cake at Scotsdales Garden Centre. There was a delicious looking chocolate, raspberry and cream roulade, which was gluten-free; it was as good as it looked.
Victoria and Nicola managed to purchase various things, I purchased a new telephone case for the GOG as his had broken and a bottle of water, needed because whilst in the market I had an allergic reaction to something, I had just passed a bread and cake stall so not sure whether there was flour or something in the air. I also had to purchase some Piriton as I had not taken mine with me; the Piriton did not do much to help the symptoms.
Today’s picture was taken, using my iPhone, of Bridge Street in Cambridge.