Join the band of six elderly rascals as they take on the world in general and Matron Maud Montague in particular.
Jeremy Carrad has moved happily through a number of careers in his long life and left his stamp on all of them. Sadly, with the astronomical increase in the cost of postage since his first career serving King George VI, the stamps are now pretty valueless and not worth redeeming. He likes to feel that he, personally, cannot be thus described but it is for those who know him - and those who kindly read his books and plays - to make the final judgement! After ten years as an officer in the Royal Artillery he joined the BBC as a television and radio presenter in the West Country and, in more recent times, enjoyed a successful transition into a writer and playwright. Excerpts from his books, plays and sketches can be read on his website, cclpublications.co.uk Jeremy lives with his wife, Jean, in Somerset where she, a talented musician, allows him to indulge in his favourite hobby, singing. It is probably for this reason that the children have long flown the nest.