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red kites The Lee Newsletter - 2015
The Newsletter is published 10 times a year and distributed free within the Parish. We welcome all letters and articles of general interest and relevance to The Lee. The views expressed are not necessarily those of the Editor.
Copy should be sent by the 12th of the previous month to the Editor.
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Month 2015

Picture of the Month

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Another great turnout at the Roving Supper

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Contents

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From the Editor Jonathan Batten  
What a load of rubbish! Pat Chinnery  
Your Letters Viv Robins; Chris Ruttle; Liz Stewart-Liberty; Rebecca Reynolds; Richard Birch village Shop; whipped cream; bangers and pigeons; shooting; bird scarers; vintage teas; BBOWT
The Lee walking group Judy Hart  
Church Fete Katherine Stephenson May poll; Maypole
The Lee village choir Jeanette Batten Judith Sheridan
Hedging your bets! Martin Baxter wildlife; hedge-cutting
Parish Council news Jo Jordan parish elections; road; allotments; plaground; memorial seat; Annual Parish Meeting
Red Kite conservation Cathy Rose, Chiltern Conservation Board feeding habits
Church Services for May    
All age services at The Lee Catherine Larmour  
Will I be voting for myself? Allan Wittow Church of England; pastoral letter
HS2 update Simon Morris CRAG; Select Committee visit
Lee Gate identity crisis solved Pippa Hart pub sign
Bewildered Reina Free  
The Lee Flower Show Jonathan Batten  
and later... live with the Picassos Jonathan Batten dance
The Newsletter on-line Editorial Team  
Rescue in Little back yard Colin Little helicopter rescue
Pub Awards Chiltern Society Old Swan
Picture of the Month
  Vintage teas
April
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March
Editorial
Your Letters
newsletter

 

February
Editorial
Your Letters
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