Daffodils on 2 January? First in the district?

Went to Rye Harbour for windy walk in the brilliant sun.  

Had coffee in the lovely Avocet Gallery.  Love their cakes, love their pictures - expecially the  Annie Soudain linocuts, love the little old dog. 
     Not so good, outside, the Ladies public toilet was shut, while the Gents was open.  Usually I can squat behind a tussock but such tussocks are hard to find at windswept Rye Harbour. Worse, today the place was like Piccadilly Circus.  I bet there were many very cross women.

Winchelsea - on the way home I took a picture of a clump of daffodils, one of a number in full bloom on a sunny bank beside the main road. 
      Daffodils?  on January 2?


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