Thursday – 10th July 2003

Matthew and me went to Stratford-upon-Avon for a day trip. Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare, for people like me who did not know, till Matthew told me. It was his Mum’s idea that we go there. I will need to thank her for the great idea.

It was a really great day out. Stratford-upon-Avon is a great small Town. While we were there we went a walk along the river. Had a look around the shops etc. We were going to go into the place were William Shakespeare was born, but we did not want to pay £9 each to get in. If it had been £5 each, then OK. But not £9.

On the way back from Stratford-upon-Avon we got a bit lost. But lucky we had a look at the map and worked out how to get back home.

When we got back to Little Bytham we had some fun, because going to The Willoughby Arms for the third Thursday in a row to get food. It looks like it’s going to become a weekly thing now.

When we got back we chatted and watched Eastenders on BBC 3, before he went back home.

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