October 2016 Editorial
over and for us here, it really hasn't been a great one weather-wise. Extraordinarily, only 50 miles away, around
Taunton, they've had quite a good one.
It's no wonder we live in a green and lush part of the country! So, with winter approaching, don't forget to
put the clocks back an hour on the 29th/30th October - at least we get an extra
hour in bed!
cover, Lundy through the dunes at Woolacombe, is the work of our Artist in
Residence, Paul, one of his beautiful illustrations for the poem, At Woolacombe
and Mortehoe, on page 10. Thank you,
Paul, not only for the illustrations in this issue, but for the many hundreds
over the last 26 years, since issue No. 7
again I must thank all the contributors although it would be lovely to have
some new ones to support our great regular writers.
to suffer a lot of changes in the residents of our village and we wish all
newcomers good luck and happiness in your new homes. Judging from the number of properties on the
market, we'll be saying some good-byes with our best wishes to you too.
not everyone is feeling too good and the weather does nothing to help, but we
hope you will all be feeling better and very soon.
forget that Gary's book - an amusing account of life in Berry before the
flowerpot men - is available from the Shop, Globe and Sawmills.
privileged to be having the Military Wives Choir here at St. Peter's - tickets
are now on sale at the Shop.
Christmas cards are already on sale in the shops, but if you would like to send
your greetings via the messages in the Newsletter, details can be found later and
messages should be received by Wednesday 9th November, which is also the deadline for articles
and items for the December and Christmas issue, the final one of 2016.