By John Fortgang
Suddenly it’s September and all the summer jollies we looked forward to have come and gone… And now we have autumn and winter events to anticipate instead. They’re all in here so banish those post-summer blues.
However there’s no reason why we shouldn’t look back over the summer and recall the Church Fête (the sun shone) and the Flower Show (the sun shone again) – with whole-hearted thanks to all those who helped make the events such a success – and, surely, the choir concert. As I write this it is a little way off but is the subject of much serious planning and hard work and promises to be a fitting end to the summer season.
We have the usual wide variety of contributions this month, which from the Editor’s point of view is very gratifying. The first thing to flag up is the splendid Summer Supplement, a four page full colour celebration of summer in The Lee. No murders, no hidden bodies, just all of us enjoying ourselves even if the weather wasn’t always kind.
This will be my last Newsletter for a while; if all goes well Eileen and I will be moving (to Cuddington, only a few miles away) but I hope to be involved in the future if I’m allowed.
Next month’s material should be sent to email@example.com or if on paper, to Colin Sully at Fairleigh, Swan Bottom, by 8th September.
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