For the first time in seven years we haven't worked the Easter weekend. Blaithwaite is quite busy with a Church in the Main House, Stables & Barn and a few campers in across the whole weekend. Ferg and Alan are looking after the Centre.
Good Friday was wet: Alan, Mim, Kay & myself marked the day by doing stations of the cross around the Centre.
On Saturday Kay & I set off for a few days with the family staying in Treffin, Pembrokshire. Its a long time since we have spent any time in the south west corner of Wales - the coastline is truly spectacular and at the time of writing we are having a great time here.
After a long drive down we spent this morning (Easter Sunday) on the beach with the kids, Treffin's beach is not a classic tourist beach - its the kind of place for scrambling on rocks; exploring rock pools and caves; throwing stones in the sea and a fantastic time was enjoyed by us all.
Kay & I went with George to the Easter Sunday afternoon service at the village Baptist Chapel - hymns in Welsh & a warm welcome made this a highlight of the day. I'll post separately on a walk this afternoon on the Coastal Path but for now a couple of photos from earlier.