|Tansy at Bexhill-on-Sea|
Our first stop was at Much Ado - and enchanting burrow of a place run by the most welcoming Cate and Nash Robbins.
On arrival they announced that they had not received the food for lunch they had planned so proposed to take us out for a countryside experience with pheasants and peacocks. We piled into the Volvo and arrived, after a bumpy drive along a dusty track, at the Beanstalk Tea Garden.
|Much Ado Books inAlfriston|
|Sun shade at the Beanstalk Tea Garden|
|Jonathan and Tansy with Cate and Nash|
|The Barn at Much Ado|
|The Charleston inspired Members' Room at Much Ado|
|One man admires another|
|Brighton Dome with johnsonbanks identity|
|Barnett Freedman for Lyons Teashops|
Continuing our easterly journey through the golden sunset of the suburban south coast we wiggle through Bexhill-on-Sea and arrive at the De La Warr Pavilion.
Merchant & Mills. We asked for Roderick at the counter to be informed he was crawling over a table out the back cutting oilskin.