February 2014 Editorial
†††††††† Christmas is over and we are now well into the new year.†† The village
festivities were enjoyed by all and special mention must be made of the
wonderful singing of our primary school Choir at the Carol Service held on a
really foul night . . . and talking of weather, it has been horrendous with
torrential rain and tidal surges.
†††††††† To those who could wish for better health, we send our good
wishes for speedy recoveries and we hope you will be feeling better soon.†† We also send good wishes to all newcomers to
the village and those who have moved away.
†††††††† The evenings are drawing out and the mornings getting a
little lighter Ė spring IS on its way!
Donít forget to put clocks forward an hour on the night of 29th/30th
March or you may miss the Mothering Sunday Service!
†††††††† Below are the deadline dates for forthcoming issues which
will hopefully be helpful, especially for the regular contributors:
|12th March||for April issue||due out 3rd April|
|7th May||for June issue||due out 29th May|
|9th July||for August issue||due out 31st July|
|10th September||for October issue||due out 2nd October|
|5th November||for December issue||due out 28th November|
|7th January<||for February issue||due out 29th January|
†††††††† There are lots of interesting articles once again in this
issue and thank you to not only the regular contributors but everyone else who
has put pen to paper or e-mailed me with articles, and Paul, our artist in
residence.††† Iíll look forward to
another batch of contributions for the April issue as soon as possible and by
the 12th March at the latest.
Judie Ė Ed