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The latest from Guardian Angel

Regular readers will know that Angel quite enjoys a little exoticism with her shopping. This week she can report that one of the newer supermarkets in Spalding is selling an assortment of legs from animals that Angel (even if she was a meat eater) would probably leave to roam free in the wild. How about roast ostrich, kangaroo, moose or wild boar as a Mothering Sunday treat anyone? While Angel wasn’t tempted, she feels sure lots of meat eaters will be ‘hunting’ out these rare cuts – you’ll find them in the freezer section.

• Well done to Rumblings Cafe in Spalding. When Angel passed this week there was a wonderful display of bright daffodils in the window.

• Angel always enjoys supporting what’s on at the South Holland Centre, so naturally she had to go along for a viewing of the film 50 Shades Of Grey. As you would expect there were quite a lot of excited ladies in the audience. Of course, Angel was completely shocked by the whole thing and has made a mental note to stick to Shakespeare in the future...

• We had that daft episode from county highways when they “hid” a sign at Pinchbeck warning drivers of the new 30mph limit all the way to Spalding. The sign was obscured by tree branches – which someone helpfully cut – but remains partly hidden by a lamppost. We keep hearing about drivers speeding in Gedney Road, Long Sutton. But as you approach from Holbeach, the 30mph sign on the left is partly hidden by a lamppost and the one on the right completely hidden by branches. There’s a pattern emerging ...