The boarders had a very relaxing weekend. The busy few weeks since the start of term had caught up with them and there were some tired children in the house. However, that did not stop the multi-cultural celebrations continuing. Hot on the heels of Thursday’s delicious Chinese New Year meal, Saturday evening saw the boarders enjoy some traditional Burns Night fair of haggis, neeps and tatties (no wee drams, of course). On Sunday, despite the weather, they enjoyed an Antipodean-inspired barbeque lunch with Pavlova pudding in celebration of Australia Day.

The Sunday trip to Golden Gecko climbing in Romsey proved hugely popular and even Mr B the GAP showed talent on the wall.

As ever, a traditional English roast was cooked by the chef to round off another great weekend.