How many rooms are there in the houses in Ambridge? Will and kin have moved into what already seems to be quite a populated house, and I am sceptical as to the bedroom logistics.
This could be a long thread…
(The peripatetic bedrooms and ambulatory architecture of Ambridge are the stuff of legend. Or nightmares)
Who cares? Grundys are like termites, none too particular. And a termite mound is all that will be left of Grange Farm by the time they are finished with it.
Come, come, Gus. They are merely continuing with what they set out to do before they were so rudely interrupted in 2000.
The living arrangements in general are quite peculiar.
Should we have some Refreshments ?
I’m sure that we’ll need sustenance
I believe there’s some rather nice bubbly around…?
Grange Farm has six bedrooms, according to its entry in The Archers Encyclopaedia.
2] Clarrie and Eddie
5] Female children (3, 2 of whom have been accustomed to sharing at Greenwood Cottage)
6] Male children (2, who have been accustomed to sharing at Greenwood Cottage)
I am unsure why Jake is so determined to have “his own space”: he’s been sharing with George some nights a week for all the time he has been living in Ambridge.
Have a glass of bubbly!
Kara (& “hello”), the bedrooms are a mystery only someone who knows the proper age of Anisha (“bless you !”) can answer.
So I’m going for there being 26.
… or 27 by now, probably.
The Shat & Piddle led a notoriously nomadic lifestyle. Don’t know whether it did B&B, but if so, it would account for the wandering bedrooms; they obviously escaped when it was converted into flats* and have gone feral.
*Or possibly unexpectedly mobile homes.
And this is why you should always neuter your upstairs flat.
I know it has been a year, but I’m still musing on this. Now I’m stuck on Roy’s house; does it have four bedrooms, or does (the barely-ever mentioned) Abbie never stay with her dad?
We hear nothing about Abby. Be thankful.