The Lee Newsletter - March 2009
The Lee Newsletter is published 10 times a year and distributed free to all households in the parish.
The views expressed in it are not necessarily those of the Editor.

We welcome all original letters and articles of general interest and relevance to The Lee.
Copy should be sent by the 12th of the previous month to the Editor (see this month's editorial).

Editorial

Your Letters
The Newsletter
Clerks Corner
Bookworm
New cricket pavillion takes shape
Neighbourhood policing
Future events in The Lee
Millennium Diary re-visited (1):
A life in farming

New on-line Forum puts The Lee on-message
Quizzical-Lee: 'M'
Leeside Nursery
 Chesham Children's Centre
Lee Common School
Church Finances: the stark truth
Mexico trip aims to make a difference
Revd Burgess: Open to all Snow covers The Lee - some pics
Lent Talks
Wartime childhood in The Lee

Picture of The Month


The Lee Newsletter  
Letters should ideally run to no more than around 200 words and articles to 700 words;
material may sometimes be edited and may also be re-published on the village website unless consent is specifically withheld. Anonymous contributions will not be accepted.
 

To advertise in the Newsletter please contact: Paul Apicella on 837377.

If you have photographs you think might be suitable for publication please contact our Picture Editor:
Tony Rigby on 837691  e-mail: tony.rigby@dsl.pipex.com

Other members of the Editorial team:

Elizabeth Browning
,
Andrew Burnett, John Fortgang, Gilbert Nockles, Jen Ogley, Viv Robins,
Mike Senior,
Colin Sully, Trish Swain and Barnaby Usborne.

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