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Newsletter No.31 – March 2021

March feels like its gone much faster with the end of home schooling, the spring weather, lambs appearing in the fields and restrictions eased very slightly. I think we all in hope for the end of March restrictions update happening but also have a bit…

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Newsletter No.30 – February 2021

February has felt like a very long, very wet month! I really don’t think I have ever seen so much rain or been more delighted to welcome the snowdrops and daffodils! Thank-you to Christine for this photograph. Some highlights have…

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Newsletter No.29 – January 2021

  Happy New Lockdown - Christmas plans changing at last minute and all the resulting rearranging were a bit stressful, but I hope you all managed to make the most of what you could over the festive period. It was…

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Newsletter No.28 – December 2020

As we move towards the end of 2020 and I think it can be safely said that this year has been like no other. We have become ‘experts’ in public health, pandemics and online meetings. How many times have we…

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Newsletter No.27 – November 2020

Mary has let me loose on this edition of the Newsletter. We are nearing December and what feels like a long month with the additional lockdown restrictions currently in place. We are hopeful that doing this will mean we can…

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Newsletter No.26 – October 2020

The clocks have turned and we await the arrival of winter, seeing the leaves changing into glorious colours is always a delight. November is a month to remember and reflect. You will see some reference to remembering in our recommended…

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Newsletter No.25 – September 2020

And so we now welcome autumn, a time to be grateful for whatever crops we are able to yield and to explore the delights of finding new apple recipes! This photo is sunrise on 22nd September, post swim, my own way…

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Newsletter No.24 – August 2020

What a month! I am writing this sitting at my kitchen table listening to torrential rain, thunder and lightning, I can hardly see the garden for the rain! I hope the local holiday makers who are in tents didn’t have…

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Newsletter No.23 – July 2020

Another month has flown by and we are seeing so many changes in how we can get out and about, we can begin to see our friends and family and share stories of lock down. For some the shielding continues…

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Newsletter No.22 – June 2020

There will be times we all look back at the time spent during Covid-19 doing things we wouldn’t normally have done, for me painting stones to mark my vegetables will be one! I had run out of labels and really…

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