It was a Tuesday lunchtime when we set off to visit our sister foundation, Winchester, to commemorate William of Wykeham, the founder of both schools.
After arriving, we made our way into Winchester College, where we looked around the chapel. There was some time to be killed, and a large open space, so it was logical that a game of the chorister sport, bouncy, was to be held. Post-bouncy, we made a pit stop at the school in which the Winchester quiristers lived, where we proceeded to enjoy some squash and biscuits.
A short walk away, we rehearsed for the Evensong in Winchester Cathedral, which was only slightlylarger than our chapel, having the longest nave in Europe. After singing the service with the numerous choirs of Winchester, we were invited to dinner. This included large quantities of cake and jelly, which replenished our sugar levels satisfactorily for the traffic-filled journey back to NCS. LC