Griff relates the trials of getting to Bramhall village. He tells Ida he thinks it has better hills than Marple. Very important in a village that.
Regarding his work at the travel agency, all staff holidays are prohibited which could be "good for production no doubt, but hard on the poor Travel Agent" who has been less than effective.
The young boy from the office has left and Griff hopes he has other work to go to "for they are having a thin time of it at his home."
He can't make tea anywhere near as well as his colleague and his despairs when he tries.
After explaining his preferred seating options at a cinema he reckons they should go and see Wizard of Oz.
Trying to help two sopranos after choir practice at church, offering to tell them the best direction to leave the cemetery, he was a bit confused when they responded, "why, do you want to go the opposite way?"
He discusses his books at length admitting that "my small collection of fiction is rather of a bygone and blood curdling age. Crime and sensation abound."
Detailing the rest of his working plans over the next week or so he relents that "it is selfish of me to protest at these extra hours when you are having to work so hard. I do hope Miss Collens returns within schedule; she appears to have one illness after another."
Ref: CARROLL/IGC/3 GG
With thanks to the Ida Carroll Trust
Date is unknown.
Part of the #NSM2020 project "A 20/20 Legacy: the centenary of the Northern School of Music" supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.