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February 2016 Editorial

We are now well into the new year and still our wet and warmer than seasonal weather continues! Fortunately the village has not suffered any flooding but spare a thought for those poor folks in the north.

The dreary days have inevitably brought coughs and colds and other ailments and we send our best wishes to those suffering and hope you will be feeling better soon.

Good wishes also go to any newcomers to the village and those who have moved away.

The evenings are drawing out and the mornings getting lighter - spring is on its way, depicted by the snowdrop cover by our Artist in Residence, Paul. Thank you Paul.

Don't forget to put clocks forward an hour on the night of 26th/27th March or you may miss the Easter Service at St. Peter's!

There are many events planned in the weeks ahead - jumble and table top sales, coffee mornings, a special visit from Beaford Arts and, of course, the Easter holiday.

Thanks to all contributors we have another full issue, and don't forget you can see an edited version of the Newsletter on line at A benefit of viewing in on line is that many images and pictures are in higher resolution than the printed copy. Why not take a look?

I look forward to another bumper crop of items for the April issue and these will be welcome as soon as possible but by Wednesday, 9th March at the latest please. Thank you.

Happy Easter!

Judie [Ed]

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