Bishop’s Stortford mum Cate Wilson does her best ‘Peter Shilton on a skiing holiday’ impression as she braves the supermarket for the first time in lockdown
In the most recent instalment of her lockdown diary for the Indie, Bishop’s Stortford mum Cate Wilson dons her son’s goalkeeper gloves and a woolly confront muffler prior to heading out on a meals browsing expedition obtaining overlooked to reserve that all-important on the web delivery slot…
If there is one particular factor the Wilsons have excelled at throughout the lockdown, it is meals. Not just the extensive usage of it, whilst top marks to the family members there, but alternatively the purchasing and purchasing of it.
When others in Bishop’s Stortford had been even now wrestling multi-packs of toilet roll to the floor at Aldi and standing forlornly in grocery store queues stretching back to Stansted, we had secured a rolling programme of weekly grocery store deliveries and, until eventually this week, it was all likely quite nicely.
But then, in the wee modest several hours of Monday, catastrophe