A very serious incident then took place with a woman driver taking exception to my photography, alarmingly this was Trent Barton not a second league Rotala. I would say that the local management were supportive, the driver was not Derby based. Management response has been very positive and reassuring and it is all totally out of the norm for a company which is usually regarded in the upper echelons of the industry but I do read of discontent and industrial action of late.
Anyway enough of that for now, otherwise a great day and making the best of things as much as we can. I think London is hit a lot more than the provinces at this stage. With the ROI about to go in total lock down like France lets hope that the UK can keep functioning. The supermarket shelves in Northwich are still bare of all items previously in short supply, no sign of the supply chain working at all. dread to think of what would happen if we cant go out. We have volunteered to help our elderly neighbours. All church services are now abandoned, only CoE services allowed at weddings and funerals. Editing will go on hold tonight while we enjoy some TV catching up, the Youtube viewing is holding up well as is revenue. Lots more programmes to be released and put on the shop, talking of which please do use the PMP shop on this site not Ebay or Amazon which take a big bite of the income, remember we are a not for profit business supporting our extensive archive. We hope to get more truck film done on Thursday or Friday. Theatres are cancelling their spring programmes, Clonter as the latest and the Spring transport Festival at Boyle Street Manchester is off. We await decisions on Brooklands and Detling. Here are shots from the Basingstoke visit last week.