Four days a week Aggett joins the chaos of a school lunchroom to chat with students and staff.
“When I first came here I was down in the dumps,” he told SWNS. “I get a cup of tea, my lunch and good service. Everybody talks to me, the office staff is brilliant.”
In recent months, Aggett said the loneliness set in again but the lunches helped him find a reason to smile again.
“A couple of months ago, I wasn’t really getting up until about 2 p.m. in the afternoon, it was lovely weather and I couldn’t be bothered,” the grandfather told SWNS. “I think Shirley must have said, ‘Pull your socks up, you know.’ Coming down here has brought me out of my shell again.”
Aggett said that he loves the “company and the noise.” When the school goes on break for holidays, they send him home with sausages and pies to stock his freezer.
“I’d be lost if I didn’t come down here,” he told SWNS.
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