I spent Sunday in Lytham, it was day two of the annual 1940’s weekend. A chance to remember and to celebrate. The town was en fete, period clothing was much in evidence. One of those rare occasions when my own personal wardrobe looks reasonably up to date. There were displays along the Green by the Promenade and on Clifton Square Dance was the order of the day. I’m always a bit jealous of people who dance, my coordination can be random to say the least. If I make it across a room without bouncing off at least one piece of furniture I give myself a pat on the back. Anyway jiving in the sun was the order of the day, under bright blue skies. It’s in my diary for next year.
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