December 2018 Editorial
We're nearly into December and
Christmas is approaching fast. Are you
ready or is it time to panic to get the cake and pudding made, and cards and
presents organised? Festivities start
December, with a Christmas Sparkle flower demonstration, followed by fairs,
coffee mornings, nativity walk and carol singing - enjoy!
A warm welcome to all newcomers to the
village, we hope you will be happy here in your new homes, and get-well
messages to everyone not feeling at their best right now - we hope you'll be
feeling better soon.
Sending your Christmas messages to
friends and neighbours through the Newsletter remains popular and thanks to the
generous donations, the Manor Hall and the Newsletter funds will benefit. Thank you.
Thank you, too, to Debbie for the moon-gazing hare enhancing the
messages and the delightful red squirrel and robin cover.
Thinking beyond Christmas, the next
issue will be February 2019, the year the Newsletter celebrates its 30th
birthday! Items for that issue are
welcome as soon as possible and by Wednesday, 9th January at the latest. My
sincere thanks to all contributors, not only to this issue but throughout the
year, and to all readers for your continued support.
My best wishes to you all. Have a wonderful Christmas and a happy and
healthy New Year.