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August 2016 Editorial

With this issue the Newsletter starts its 28th year. It has come a long way since issue No. 1. It has more than doubled in size, and from being produced with stencils and printed by a leaking and very inky duplicator with minimal pictures of very poor quality, it now includes coloured pages and pictures and photographs of vastly improved quality.

It also has its own website: [Take a look, the photographs and pictures are of even better quality.]. Over the years very few articles have been repeated and no two covers have been the same.

The cover for this issue has been kindly sponsored by Mike and Sue Richards of Napps. Paul, our artist-in-residence has illustrated the view from the Coastal Path nearby to Napps for our cover, as well as illustrating the Local Walk. Thank you Sue, Mike and Paul.

Thank you, too, to all who have contributed articles to this issue - please keep them coming! Articles and items for the October issue would be welcome as soon as possible and by Thursday, 8th September at the latest please.

A warm welcome to all newcomers to the village, we wish you happiness in your new homes and say a sad farewell to those leaving, as well as sending get well wishes to all those not feeling at their best right now.

Enjoy the rest of the summer, we've had some very warm and sunny weather recently, but sadly the evenings are drawing in!


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