TUESDAY TALK welcomes historical author Ros Rendle who gives an interesting insight into her research and chooses some thought provoking dinner guests

Interesting dinner guests…


Hi Ros and welcome. Can I start, as always, by asking you a little about yourself?

Selling up in the UK seemed a huge step in 2005, and so it was. My husband had been ill and needed to take early retirement so I did likewise. I was on my third primary school headship so although it was sad to say goodbye to the children and staff, I wasn’t sorry to say cheerio to all the form filling and other paperwork.
Life in France was very different in many ways but we got the medication and health care sorted and made friends among both the French and English communities in our small village. The pace of life was slower and in the 7 valleys, south of Boulogne, beautiful.
Although we enjoyed our time there, we returned to England ten years later. I missed the family (two daughters and four granddaughters)…

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