A less than successful foxtrot

I recently attended a showing at the Riverside Centre of an episode of a new Terry Wogan food show he had filmed around the Vale,  interviewing some well known local personalities such as Diana Raphael who was doing what she always does well and feeding Terry with her famous bread and butter pudding at Hampton Ferry.

It was hosted by Growers United who were also featured in the programme.

Terry Wogan during filming for the show at Evesham United

Terry Wogan during filming for the show at Evesham United

Next on the list was a service hosted by the Pershore branch of the Royal British Legion to mark the 70th anniversary of VJ day (Victory in Japan) and the end of the Second World War.  At the following reception (involving more cake) I attempted a foxtrot round the room to the strains of Glen Miller – not a great success I have to say!

I made up for it by chatting with Reg Salisbury who was a Chindit in Burma during the conflict. I’d never met a Chindit before but understandably he didn’t want to talk about his experiences as they were too awful to recall.

My foxtrot wasn't a huge success

My foxtrot wasn’t a huge success

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