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October 2014 Editorial

After a lovely summer, although August might have been better, we are now enjoying some beautiful warm autumnal weather.   But the dry spell is causing the leaves to turn and fall early.   The evenings are drawing in and in a few weeks we’ll be turning the clocks back again!

         The summer events all went off with a swing – both the Manor Hall and Church fetes saw some rain but that did not deter the punters who came to enjoy and give their support.   And the Berry in Bloom team could not have asked for a better day for the Village Open Gardens!

         The wonders of modern technology – Paul, now enjoying retirement, was able to illustrate Trevor’s autumnal poems whilst relaxing on a recliner by a swimming pool in Turkey!   Thank you, Paul, and all the contributors to another full and interesting Newsletter.

         Pictured on the covers are poppies planted by Mike in the fields of Lower Rows Farm – an amazing show.

         Christmas cards are already on sale in the shops, so don’t forget you can send your local greetings in the December issue.   Full details follow but messages will be needed by the 5th November.

         Although it seems very early, the 5th November is also the deadline for items for the December, Christmas and January issue – can we really be thinking of 2015, where does time go?

         My best wishes to all contributors and readers, especially newcomers to the village, and get well wishes to those not feeing at their best at present.


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