His mum is a very good cake maker and this year has really got stuck into cupcake making so instead of one birthday cake G was presented with this cupcake delight complete with (4)4 candles!
On Sunday we went into town twice. There was lots going on this weekend to mark the Queen Elizabeth naming celebrations.
We had a picnic lunch in West Park, also known as Watts Park, as there is a statue of Isaac Watts here, with a pigeon sat on his head.
As the colours of the leaves tell us we are in the midst of autumn
although from the way S was dressed yesterday you can tell we were lucky enough to enjoy weather as warm as a summer's day.
Afetr eating we wandered over to the new Guildhall sqaure where we spent some time watching a short play with just 2 actors playing all the roles.They managed to condense the reigns of Henry v111 through to Elizabeth 1 into 15 minutes of entertainment. Top left is one of the actors in his role as William Shakespeare. Not sure what happened to the rest of the head and body to bottom right, lost them in the mosaic making process! There were others dressed up in costume, jesters and we even got to throw (very soft) rubber balls, in substitute of rotten veg, at someone in the stocks. T managed to hit her square on the head!
We rounded off the day by going back into town later on in the evening and watching The Kings of Queen and singing along very loudly to all the songs. Great way to finish the weekend.