Tuesday, 22 July 2014

The Diary of Montague Hardwick Knott, 1957 (2)

Monday 22.7.57

The day has left me with a sense of disappointment. The Architect of our new Vicarage at Blackmore failed to keep an appointment at 5 this p.m. & no work has been done for more than a week.

We have had compensations however. Hilda’s day has gone well in the home & at the Leyton Hall Women’s Mtg this p.m. This eve she & Mrs Bancroft went to Bancroft School for a concert.  It proved satisfactory.

I visited two parishioners in the London Hosp this a.m. & then met Eric Barker by arrangement at Liverpool St Stn. Took him to Ford’s Hse & on to C.T.C.A. luncheon.  Good time.  Tom Anker & Ernest Bugden there. W. J. Tate spoke.

Percy Shorey is progressing again after the set-back following his operation. Called next door but P had gone to bed. Chatted a while with Rhoda and Marjorie. 

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