I hope that you are all well and that you enjoyed the fine autumn weather we had last week. Although everything may look colourful outside, it seems that we may soon be starting another period of risk, restriction and uncertainty due to CV19.
So meanwhile, whether you are planting bulbs in the garden, enjoying our countryside, listening to music or watching TV – or reading a good book…. ………..enjoy!
I reported in July about Graham’s progress towards recovery after his back operation in April. I was pleased to hear from John Hopkins that Graham continues to improve. He is still using a stick, and this recently enabled him to complete a circular walk within the NT’s Fountains Abbey/ Studley Royal Estate. This is one of our favourite places also, so well done, Graham !
I understand from John Melanaphy that Dave has been suffering from health problems recently. As you know Dave is Section Leader for the T1 Section, which currently involves keeping in touch with his Section members. John has kindly agreed to take over this task for the time being. We wish Dave well through this difficult period.
I mentioned last time about Lawrie’s successes in Walking Football. I hope you all enjoyed reading his interesting life history in the last Newsletter.
As I have not received any other messages to the contrary, I think I’m safe in presuming that you are still all OK at present! Don’t hesitate to get in touch with your Section Leader, if you have something relevant to share.
Keeping in touch.
I expect that many of you are in touch with choir colleagues, whilst we are unable to rehearse together. In my opinion this is important and I encourage you to continue.
If you don’t, why not choose your preferred media, and give someone you normally chat with a call this week. As mentioned previously, if anyone would like a chat anytime, don’t hesitate to ring me on 01423 547999.
Best wishes and keep safe.