David (camp Quartermaster) here. We’ve had six new arrivals this weekend – a family of four (plus dog) and two blokes from Brighton. The family have been holed up in one of the high rises, the dad, eldest daughter and dog (Winston) making forays into Waitrose for tinned food and water every two weeks.
They’ve all gone into the quarantine pits for the full three days whilst I log what they’ve brought with them. A year is a long time for four people to survive in one flat, so we expect they will prove to be a useful and resourceful addition to the camp.
The two blokes walked the 10 miles from Brighton along the beach then cut up through Worthing town centre to the Cissbury encampment. One brought an original Banksy with him. Not sure how useful that’ll be!
They said they had fought off a glut of Stinkers in a shopping precinct (we reckon it was the Guildbourne Centre) but one sustained a cut – he insists from broken glass. That’s what the quarantine is for, so we shall see how he fares.
Hog roast with sage mash and apple sauce tonight! Yesss!
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