PHIL SKIN­NER

EADT Suffolk - - FOOD AND DRINK -

The Three Black­birds, Wood­dit­ton

“They say it takes six weeks to break a habit. My old one was to work every hour avail­able – es­pe­cially around re-open­ing The Three Black­birds. But now I’ve seen my boy crawl­ing and start­ing to walk, I think this ex­pe­ri­ence will change how I live and work. I am look­ing for­ward to get­ting back to work, though!

“I’ve learnt DIY skills, our house has never looked bet­ter. We’ve been eat­ing re­ally well at home and sup­port­ing lo­cal take­away busi­nesses; we’ve walked a lot, I’m fit­ter.

“Vol­un­teer­ing for the Giv­ing Tree [the ap­peal set up by Chest­nut owner Philip Turner to raise money to fund meals for front­line NHS and care work­ers] has been a fan­tas­tic ex­pe­ri­ence. It’s been a mas­sive team ef­fort and we’ve raised enough money to pro­vide 20,000 meals in just a few weeks.

The Three Black­birds at Wood­dit­ton has re­opened

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