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April 2021 Editorial

By the time you read this we'll have sprung forward with the evenings longer, the flowers in full bloom and the hedges greening up by the day.Spring has arrived!We'll be celebrating Easter and hopefully an easing of restrictions so that we can meet up socially again.

There has been movement in and out of the village and we send best wishes to those leaving and warmly welcome newcomers.We hope you will all be happy in your new homes.We also send get well wishes to everyone not feeling at their best right now.

Newsletter funds continue to look quite healthy and I thank postal readers who have renewed their subscriptions and for all donations - keep them coming, they are so welcome and appreciated!

This is another bumper issue, and sincere thanks go to Angela for her delightful village map on the cover and to both regular and new contributors.

The next issue will be June, when unbelievably we'll be approaching the longest day!Articles and items for that will be welcome as soon as possible but by the 14th May at the latest please.Thank you.

In the meantime, stay well and vigilant.Judie [Ed.]

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