February 2015 Editorial
†††††††† Although we are well into the New Year, as this is the first
issue for 2015, a happy and peaceful new year to you all.†† A warm welcome to all newcomers to the
village and to those who have moved away, good luck and happiness in your new
†††††††† The somewhat dreary weather of late has brought with it the
usual seasonal coughs and colds, coughs being particularly troublesome this
year.†† Get better wishes go to all those
not feeling at their best just now.
†††††††† Thanks to another bumper crop of Christmas messages and your
very generous donations, Newsletter and Manor Hall funds received substantial
†††††††† Donít forget the Soup and Pudding Evening in aid of the
Chemotherapy Unit and the Primary School this coming Saturday, 31st January Ė tickets £7.50
each available from the Shop.
†††††††† Details of the Pamper Day on 14th February to raise money
for the North Devon Hospice and the Newsletter appear later in this issue.††† Do please try to support this event if you
†††††††† Although the mornings still remain dark, the evenings are
drawing out, bulbs are popping up everywhere Ė spring IS on its way!†† Donít forget to put your clocks forward an
hour on the 28th/29th March.
†††††††† Some interesting articles again in this issue and my thanks,
as always, to those contributors but especially the regulars and Paul.†† Nigel had his arm twisted to illustrate the
Rural Reflections Ė thank you, Nigel, its lovely to have some of your work
again after quite a long time.
†††††††† Iíll be looking for another batch of contributions for the
April issue, which will come out just before Easter, as soon as possible and by Wednesday, 11th March at the
latest please.†† Thanks.