|Trendon Elliot with my craft workshop thank you gift bear and Laura at dinner|
|Laura's fishtail plait|
Emma and her young daughter invited a few of us back to her room for more socialising, so we joined Emma, her girl, Alison and Jocelyn for some late night chatting. My girl re-plaited the fishtail plait for Jocelyn's doll.
|Chatting in Emma's room after completing the fishtail plait for Jocelyn's doll Ella|
|Enjoying a good Sasha chat|
|Happy with Ella's restyled hair|
|Closeup of Ella's fishtail plait (photo Alan Hinchcliffe)|
It had been such a long, fun, busy day but that didn't stop us talking until late. On Sunday morning Laura and baby Theo took Animal's SCW Oscar to breakfast so that immediately after breakfast we could photograph the Fanfare band with the award before packing up the band until their next appearance. Many of the Red Carpet dolls had left the carpet when we arrived, it was sad to see the display denuded of many of its finely dressed occupants.
|Laura and Theo with Animal's SCW Oscar|
|The Fanfare Band with SCW Oscar|
|Louise Armstrong with his trumpet from High Society - in tribute to the great jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong providing a fanfare fore the red carpet entrants!|
|'Animal' from The Muppets - a toddler is never far from being an enthusiastic, dangerous, untamed … music maker - give him a set of drums with a crashing cymbal and he is happy!|
|Janet - a classy lady plays her flute in the band - providing the melodies and trills to accompany the entry of the red carpet Sasha and Gregor beauties!|
|Janet and her flute|
|Janet the very classy lady in the Fanfare band|
Alan took a group photo of most of the SCW people at 9.30 am, some had already left to catch trains or planes, some were loading their cars but we had all three children in the photo.
|Most of the 2018 SCW attendees|
|Reuben as Louis Armstrong (photo Alan Hinchcliffe)|
|Louis Armstrong and his trumpet (photo Alan Hinchcliffe)|
|Animal and his SCW Oscar (photo Alan Hinchcliffe)|
|Closeup of 'Animal' (photo Alan Hinchcliffe)|
|Animal in the street (photo Alan Hinchcliffe)|
Now I need to work out what the wooden craft will be next time...