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EADT Suffolk - - FOOD AND DRINK -

TUDDENHAM MILL

“I’ve found my legs again! I feel strong. Three meals a day, bike rides with my broth­ers, a chance to learn each other’s hu­mour again. It’s a scary time, but I feel bal­anced, and I’ve en­joyed sim­ple things, tak­ing my chil­dren to the veg stall in the vil­lage, get­ting them to pick the new car­rots.

“My daugh­ter Eve­lyn and I took part in the Pounds for Puds fundraiser for Hospi­tal­ity Ac­tion – choux buns and choco­late sauce – and she’s loved turn­ing din­ner time at home into a restau­rant ser­vice. She lays the ta­ble, chooses the mu­sic, writes the menu, takes ev­ery­one’s or­der. We’ve done theme nights, had Bella Notte from Lady and the Tramp on as we ate meat­balls, gar­lic bread and tiramisù for an Ital­ian evening. I’ve been go­ing at a dif­fer­ent pace which has felt re­ally good. I hope I can sus­tain it.”

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