The people we meet in our town Sam Brownrigg12 Jul 2017, noon We went out and about on a chilly morning to discover plenty of folks rugged up in the shops Out and About in Wingham Midnight magic: Mandy McKay of Wingham Movieland with Wingham's favourite town cat Midnight. Midnight is often spotted on the front step of the video store and welcomes a nice pat.A helping paw: Trevor Armstrong of Wingham Computers being helped by Butch, a two-year-old bitza.Soaking up the sun: Jamie Fleming and Chloe Roberts of Forster enjoying lunch at Bent on Food for the first time. They had found a nice spot in the cafe garden to enjoy the winter sun.Get counting: Lola Miggins was taking some time out of her busy school holiday schedule to help her nan, Lisa Miggins, prepare for stock take at CLM Hardware. Staying healthy: Lyn Booth and Alison Allan of Landcare with a big batch of healthy citrus fruits to keep the winter colds away.Going plastic free: Marcia Bourke of Ashlea Road Boutique checks out the paper bag options from Daniel Hitchens of Bee Dee Bags.Robyn Tisdell of Wingham Takeaway with new staff member Jenni-Lea Worboys. They've been rushed off their feet these school holidays keeping up with the demand for hot chips and gravy.Filling little tummies: Indii-Rose and Chace George were being treated to some yummy hot food at Wingham Takeaway by mum Danielle Eccles. TweetFacebook of ╳exitIt was a bit chilly in the shade but people were either keeping warm in the shops or had found a sunny spot on Monday when we went out and about in Wingham.