Nan Rice’s pub is still there in
As well as a pub and a farm, Nan Rice kept a local dairy. It was said she could afford it for she was famously tight-fisted.
Anyway milk wasn’t delivered to the door then. You had to take your own can to the dairy and get it filled.
”Nan Rice sent you these for tea,’ he says to mother.
Now my parents knew that
It turned out that while
‘We should have kept them!’ my mother angrily retorted later.
‘The oul’ besom never even thanked you for your honesty in bringing them back!’
… start of Maura Mallon’s memories? ..