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 2021

Eardisland Parish Magazine November 2021

EDITORIAL

I am sad to report the deaths of two local citizens: Gillian Vaughan and Roger Fenna. Our condolences go to family and friends. There are appreciations on pages 9 and 26.

As we approach the end of the year, it is worth reflecting on what an extraordinary year it has been. The unstinting work of scientists and medical health professionals has allowed us to edge slowly closer to a ‘normal’ life with Covid-19 now endemic, thankfully now with falling death rates and serious illness. Several of citizens in our community have unfortunately suffered from the virus, and we should be grateful that there have been no deaths. Eardisland has welcomed some new residents and I repeat the Clerk’s note that a ‘Welcome Pack’ is available. If you moved in recently and don’t have a pack, please contact the Parish Clerk on 07789 322771 to get yours.

The major change to the Eardisland Parish Magazine in the last year has been the introduction of colour and better print quality, which seems to have been appreciated in the community.

The Eardisland Parish Magazine represents a joint effort by all those who are involved – organising, writing, advertising, delivering and funding. Without all these combined efforts there would be no magazine. I am very grateful to all those who contribute, in whatever capacity. I know that the magazine is generally appreciated, and that’s down to you. Thanks.

Looking forward to 2022, what may we expect? Well, let’s hope the Village Hall renovations are finally completed, and that part of community life can resume. We should also hope that progress continues to be made in containing the Covid-19 virus, as, with collective effort, I am sure it will be. And let’s hope that our community continues to thrive in a friendly and considerate way. Happy Christmas and New Year.

Chris Bivand

 

 

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