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December 2020 Editorial

First, I hope you are all keeping safe and well, but for anyone feeling under the weather, it is hoped you'll be better soon. And for all newcomers to the village, a very warm welcome.

Did anyone think or believe when we went into lockdown in March that we should be in lockdown again as we approach Christmas?

Amazingly, this is Covid Newsletter No. 5 and the bumper issue to beat all bumper issues!

Lots of thank you's:

  • to those who donated in Purple Week to Over and Above and the incredible work carried out in the fight against cancer at our North Devon Hospital.
  • to everyone who sent Christmas messages, both Manor Hall and Newsletter funds will be boosted
  • to Stuart on his retirement as Chairman of the PCC, and for keeping us in touch for the last six years with the happenings of the Church, and his commitment to all things St. Peter's, especially as Organist and Choirmaster
  • to Debbie for the front and rear covers and the mice enhancing the Christmas messages
  • to all those who have contributed to this December Newsletter - new, old and, of course, the regulars.

February will be the first issue of 2021 and items are welcome as soon as possible and by Friday, 15th January.

Christmas is going to be different this year as we continue in these strange times, but I send my best wishes to you all, and your families, for a happy Festive Season and a Healthy and Peaceful New Year.

Judie [Ed.]

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