Secrets of Sir Ian Brindey’s affair hidden in porridge (Rousse)

My cousin B finally revealed the solemn secret that she had been harbouring for years. During the war my grandfather had been in a relationship with Sir Ian Brindley.

‘There’s further information in there’, she said, pointing to the museum.

Amongst the exhibits were several bowls of porridge curated by French speaking Arabs. The information that I sought was held within the cereal, but – of course – I could not translate it.

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