Editorial

We are all trying to get back to a normal life, but sadly Covid is still with us. I am finding it increasingly difficult to take that our government seems to be leaving everything up to us to avoid an even more serious outbreak and the second cancellation of Christmas. Let’s hope that it doesn’t happen.

This edition seems to be full of goodbyes and hellos as we finally said goodbye to Rosemary Hopewell and the Rev Jane and a warm hello to Rev Phili. I am also delighted that there were two recent births in the village; this has prompted the Parish Council to consider expanding the play equipment at Reeds Meadow.

Since the last edition of The Squeaker, I have upgraded the websites of both the Parish Council and The Squeaker so that they now work nicely on your tablet or mobile phone: do take a look.

Finally it’s sad to report on the end of an era at Langrish House. Nigel and Robina are ceasing to host events at Langrish House and the Talbot Room which we all know and love is being turned into living accommodation. We will be for ever grateful to them for the generous accommodation they have provided for village events over the last 17 years. Langrish House will continue to be run as up market B&B.

Ian Wesley November 2021

One thought on “Editorial”

  1. An outdoor village tea party complete with flags, bunting and Brit dressing up costumes etc.?
    Am willing to help..Jan

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