It also meant that the lady revising for A levels could also enjoy the sunshine.
The rest of my Sunday was spent at a celebration. A bi-centenary anniversary of the local Methodist chapel. This chapel in the village of Chew Stoke sits a short distance from the Chew Valley lake which was of course not there for the first 150 years of the chapel's existence. So it was cake cutting time and time to think about the past and to think of new plans for the chapel for the future.
I also took a moment to enjoy all the flowering trees in the churchyard.
Then to admire in detail the blossom on the relatively new crab apple trees.