Wiltshire Trolls Endangered!

We’re on tour; slaying trolls as we go. Bowerchalke Village Hall and Compton Bassett were lovely and it’s on to the Tobacco Theatre in Bristol tonight. One of things of being on the road is finding great places for coffee and cake. Yesterday we had our ‘fika’ in a converted church. A wonderful place; a

gargoyleplace for drinking coffee and also the village shop. All very modern and wonderful and you get to be greeted by gargoyles on the door as you enter.

The shop had been a life saver the night before as we hadn’t been organised enough to find our standard fayre of Chinese takeaway. So a swift trip to the shop meant we could forage enough rice, peas, ham and pineapple to make our own rice dish using the kitchen facilities at the village hall.

horseTo get from the south of the county up to the north of the county we passed through the fantastic chalk hills, although we didn’t stop we did manage to get a glimpse of a couple of white horses in the distance. Maybe next time we’re passing we’ll get up close and personal to one!

We passed a landmark last night. We sold the final copy of ‘on the mash’. We were sad to see it go, but glad it went to a good home.

As we were passing Corsham we dropped into Pound Arts for coffee and wifi. Nick headed off to Calne to find a swimming pool, rather energetic, but you do need to keep in shape to slay these trolls!  Bristol is this evening and we’re looking forward to it before heading home with another couple of scalps under our belt.
We hope to see you there, or somewhere else on the road!
Vicki, Nick & Jonny