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June 1, 2012

Today, after school,  Meadowbrook swimming pool opened for the first time this year. It’s an unheated, outdoor pool with a lovely atmosphere (and new changing rooms and places to sit on the grass) and is a great community asset –  as is Lisa who’s on the committee now and is transforming the tea and coffee offerings from chipped mugs with Auto Trader adverts on to vintage china cups and saucers and tea in teapots. And there were cakes on pretty plates too! And a barbecue. Go Lisa.

No photo of the cakes or the kids in the pool though. Didn’t take the camera, but I did take another sky photo when I got home. (I’m getting a bit obsessed.)

The sky had been pretty grey all day and it threatened rain, but it was really warm; in the end no rain dared show its face and the clouds moved aside and the sun shone. As is right and proper for the Meadowbrook opening party.


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