Coffee time and a busy knitting group started at noon. It was a hive of activity today with all sorts of knitting and flower looming going on. This isn't always the case. Often we just chat! Liz did a great job.
The lovely lady, D, whose grandmother used to live in the building popped by with an amazing old postcard showing our alley (the view from my outside sofa). It was great to see her and I phone Darren who wrote the article on the history of the building and who interviewed D when we first heard her link to the building. Darren was next door at the D&E Institution so popped over. It was so good to have him back in the hub again. It had been too long.
There was a quick bit of washing up and hoovering up the crumbs that missed our mouths and then we welcomed The Intercom Trust for their first session at the hub.
One more quick turnaround for Tai Chi which is still on now.
It's Peace One Day tomorrow...We are celebrating from 11:30am in Princesshay Square and then having a Peace Fair (lots of tea and cake, making corner, mini treatments, Magic Carpet bric-a-brac...all good fun) from 10am-1pm on Saturday at the hub.