St George slew the dragon, or so they say. The patron saint of England is celebrated on the 23rd April which means, lockdown rules allowing, we can raise a glass or three to the memory of this gallant man who symbolises the triumph of good over evil.

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Captain Tom has gone! Sadly, the grand old man who took 99 years to become an overnight success, died of the dreaded Covid 19 early February. But what a success he was. Challenged by his family to raise £1000 for the NHS by walking round his garden, Captain Sir Tom Moore ended up raising over…

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s Boris, our esteemed Prime Minister, becoming Scrooge or just being realistic about the prospects for a happy Christmas?

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Who remembers the dystopian days of lockdown? It does seem a long time ago but sadly the dreaded virus has not gone away. It has led to everyone looking the same when masked up and I hope parents have been fetching the right child from the school gate and not been taking home the wrong little ‘bandit’.

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Schools are back in the education business at long last. It must be better for pupils, staff and parents to have a normal, or near normal routine and a return to a timetable.

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During these uncertain times, remember to be kind to all. And perhaps check on a neighbour who may be living alone

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Dear Readers and Advertisers Well, how are you coping? Life has certainly changed over the last two months or so. Normal life has been suspended and we all might see normal as something different in 2021 than it was in 2020. Things could get worse before they get better but everyone must live in hope.…

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Rest assured we will still be publishing the latest version of the Village Advertiser right here on our website and plan to bring you more news from our advertisers on our News Blog over the coming weeks and months.

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