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Becky Taggart
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Nicey replies: Publish them in either Nature, The Lancet or Scientific American. It might be a good plan to record the temperature of the tea vs time to breakage.

Lesley Downes
Nicey replies: The only 'Hamish' I know does the snow reports. He sometimes has pictures but mostly they are of snow. That doesn't help does it?

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Start by bringing your own tea bags, thats it really.

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Nicey replies: Hoorah, for you both.

We took the younger members of staff on their promised field trip, and had a lovely picnic of ham sandwiches, bananas and Mini Jaffa Rolls whilst watching some people pull of conifer stumps with a tractor. Surprisingly we were the only people having a picnic in the drizzle. Then it was home for a big pot of tea.