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Latest Issue - September 2019
It’s been a sad time since the last edition of the magazine with two deaths in the parish: Peter Davenport and Francis Greenhough (Mush). Their obituaries are published on page 4 onwards. Our condolences go to family and friends.
Otherwise, the usual summer activities have gone ahead, amongst variable weather but all successful. The duck races were good fun and raised a fair sum of money. If you have not had the opportunity, please have a look at the new bench with plaques dedicated to the various ‘Duckmasters’ that gave such good service for many years. Now, the various duties are shared more, so it represents not only the people but also the end of an era. The Village Show met its usual high standards: the report is on page 9.
Now we are going into autumn, the gardens are starting to show their autumn colours and it can be a lovely time of year. Let’s hope that the weather next year is somewhat more normal, although I begin to wonder what ‘normal’ means now that climate change is increasingly noticeable.
I did write in a previous edition that I would rest the Christmas messages this year, but I will reinstate them if there is demand to do so. Please don’t send any for the next edition but let me know if you think they are worthwhile so I can do them again in 2020.
Finally, thank you for the personal messages I have received with regard to my cancer treatment. I value each and every one.