Hi it's Colin, just after half-past-six on Friday.
Just out with Doris this morning contemplating the day ahead. I've just taken a photograph looking out across the Blyth Valley which shows that harvest in this part of the world is just about finished, in fact a lot of people have even got their wheat harvests completed which is quite remarkable for this time of year and it's a refection of the weather that we've had.
As far as we're concerned, as you know it's almost a week now since we've finished peas and we're still taking stock of the situation. This morning we've got a financial review meeting which sounds exciting but it probably won't be. This is a complete review of all the cost assumptions that we've made and to see where we are.
So, I'm with the accountants this morning getting my annual dose of reverse logic:-)
I'll let you know how that goes.