Caversham, Reading, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom
I am 88 but I am very active in the Methodist Church in Caversham and Reading. My unmarried daughter, Sheila, is head of the English Department in a University in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, where we set up a charity, 'Edward Morgan Foundation', in memory of my late husband. My son, Tony, is a music lecturer in Nottingham University. He has his own choir (Ryton Chorale) and his own professional orchestra (English Pro Musica). He also has a world-wide business (Bass Bags) that sells all kinds of instrument cases.
He and his wife, Caroline (who is also a music lecturer), have four adult 'children'. David helps with Bass Bags and has patented several of his inventions that have helped with quarrying, rail goods traffic and Heathrow's Terminal 5. Anna is married to Carl and they are house-parents at Old Swinford Hospital School in Stourbridge, with their two-year old daughter, Louisa and baby son, Toby James. After gaining his Master's Degree at UMIST, Richard is now doing teacher training at Cambridge University and Emily, after graduating at Durham University, works for the accountants KPMG in London.