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It was the day before the Anniversary.
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Hilda, New nanny and Michelle had been slaving away in the heat of the kitchen to produce a spread to tempt even the most picky of eaters (and there were not many of them in Greconville)
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The staff had referred to the menu of the wedding just two long years ago (what a lot had happened during those years)
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"This table is for the tinies" said Hilda proudly. "I doubt that any of the tiny mites have any memory to speak of, so this will go down a treat!"
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The day of the Chutney wedding anniversary bash had arrived.
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As Ophelia's little car disappeared off into the distance...
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Nevertheless, she thought to herself as she went back inside...
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Meanwhile, Ophelia and Rabbie were wending their way along the bizarre country roads around Grecondale.
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And then there was the lack of attention to the road.
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Some time into the journey...
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Boldly interrupting Ophelia mid-flow...
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Shaken but unharmed, they got out of the car to assess the damage.
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"Does she look like she has room for a spare tyre, Rabbie?"
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Ophelia turned to see what on earth could be more worrying than a flat tyre with no spare.
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Ophelia, though sprightly for her age, couldn't possibly walk fifteen miles to the train station...
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By an amazing stroke of luck, the train going south was steaming gently at the station as a hot and flustered Rabbie arrived.
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At the same moment, Marianne was contemplating the contents of her wedding chest.
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Jane was to be looked after by Madeline that busy day since Nanny was helping Hilda with the catering.
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It had been decided to greet the guests in a cool grassy glade, far from the alcoholic refreshments.
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Rose and John were also amongst the early arrivals, and Rose greeting her much-loved Grand-daughter with a tender embrace.
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Nigel and the Kamanga triplets were soon followed by Norman and Mrs Barton and the girls.
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The party then moved to the Marquee - it was a good thing that those wearing hats and coats had not been invited, or the fainting would have started even before the Champagne!
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Bathsheba basked in the golden sunshine and hoped that her daughters and little sisters would continue to behave nicely....
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So far, everything had run very smoothly.
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