Eardisland Parish Magazine

The magazine is edited by Chris Bivand, and published by Eardisland Parish Council six times a year.

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Latest Issue - November 2017

Eardisland Parish Magazine November 2017

EDITORIAL

If you are a driver you have to pay the miss-named ‘road’ tax, insurance and MOT (there are some exceptions). The first two send reminders to renew near the appropriate date. However, you don’t get a reminder for the MOT, but there is a way that you can by signing up free to a government website: www.reminders.mot-testing.service.gov.uk.

And whilst thinking about travelling, you should have received a leaflet explaining that water works, lasting only around 18 months, will make access to Hereford difficult. I imagine that, together with the ongoing roadworks that blight the city, it’s going to be chaos. You can check what’s happening on two websites: www.welshwater.com and www.herefordshire.gov.uk.

Given that this is the last edition for 2017, I wish to thank all those who have contributed to the magazine over the last year. Without the dedicated work from those who write, advertise, organise and deliver there would be no magazine. Thanks to all. The publication dates for 2018 are printed on page 4.
Saturday 4th November saw a surprise afternoon party in the Village Hall for Alan and Martin, who live for part of the year in the Arrow Bank Country Holiday Park, to celebrate their marriage and to say a big ‘thank you’ for their involvement in the community. Their amazement was a sight to see! It was a very enjoyable and worthwhile occasion.
I was delighted to hear that Julie Read is recovering well after a major brain operation – she writes of this on page 18.
I hope you have a happy Christmas and I wish you all the best for 2018.

Chris Bivand 

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