We had a busy and successful time at the Ross May Fayre. As expected many visitors were yet to decide how to vote, so our mini-manifestos were popular, helping voters from outside our constituency as well.
A trainee nurse grilled us about our plans for the NHS, a man seeking doughnuts was given directions, and a tall man who had earlier been blowing his own trumpet, tried to open negotiations about coalition.
The owners of a recently opened local café came and declared their support, and offered us the use of their premises as a meeting room.
All very positive!