We were in Tenby last week and it struck me how much the country's going to miss Woolies this summer. Because Woolworths was the essential small town store, especially at the seaside. Somewhere you could buy wellies, tea-towels and Star Wars figures. Now you have to go to the pound store, or drive to the massive Asda. I've missed Woolies a lot since it went, suggesting to me that it was the business infrastructure that was buggered, not what they were trying to sell to people. I bet we're going to see a few of those in the next few years.