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Up early having trouble sleeping but after another English breakfast buffet we drove into Barnsley City Centre and found a Market of over 203 stalls in progress but the weather has changed raining and very cold so we opted to walk around the city centre for a while. After coffee we then drove to Pots Hamper and met up with our friends for typical scones jam and cream and a few good laughs. Lovely cafe ...
... seven overs were good but Richie Bresnan (Tim Bresnan's brother) got stuck into me for the last two of my overs. It is going to take a while to adjust to bowling on the softer and slower wickets, it seems that the medium-slow bowlers are the ones who do the damage. I batted at number 5 and made 33, only hitting boundaries and singles because the boundaries are so small! The straight boundaries would ...
... stop we then went to Kay's where we will be staying for the next 5 months. It was only a brief introduction as we dropped off our luggage and went to the pub for lunch. The folk at the pub looked a bit rough but the meals weren't too bad and they were fairly cheap. After lunch we went back to Kay's to unpack our bags and get ourselves settled in. It was a little bit emotional as the realisation of this is going to be our home for the next five months sank in. ...
I walked from Fishergate to York Railway Station to catch the train to Doncaster with my support worker. We arrived at the Station to buy our tickets where the Travel Centre was very crowded full of people buying tickets to go to watch the Tour de France in Leeds and Harrogate. We then had to go through some ticket barriers set up for crowd control to get our train. ...
... passed another medieval hall, Jacob's Well, built in the 1470's for the Holy Trinity Priory. It is now used by the Guild of Butchers.
At home we dried off, had a short rest and went out again as it had stopped raining. The National Railway Museum was only a 15 minute walk away and had free admission, so we spent an hour there. It wasn't too boring, in spite of having about 100 rail vehicles. I enjoyed seeing the ...