©Kirton News 2021

The Editor's Letter

 

Does this mean 2021 is nearly over?? I seem to blink and another month has gone by, I don’t know about you! November is definitely upon us and I certainly feel a lot more positive about the upcoming festive season than I did this time last year! There are events coming up at the Town Hall for example, such as the ever popular Quiz night on Friday 19th November and also a Christmas Fayre on Saturday 4th December (more details inside). St Peter and St Paul’s church will be having their wonderful Christmas Tree festival again in December and The Old King’s Head will be having a Christmas Fayre on the 11th & 12th December. Lots to look forward to!

I do hope most of you received a copy of October’s Kirton News through your letterbox again! We are covering most of the village and will hopefully be fully operational again by the end of the year! We do still have copies in the local shops so you can always pick one up when you’re out and about.

I’m so pleased to hear that the village Rememberance Parade will be taking place in full again this year on Sunday 14th November. This is something that Kirton does so well. We come out in our droves to remember and commemorate the fallen and there is always such a sense of community and mutual respect. I’m always so proud to be part of it and I hope to see many of you there.

In our Meet the Locals feature this month, we’re talking to Victoria Everest, Operations Manager at The Old King’s Head! Turn to page 12 to find out more! We’re also looking for more people or businesses to take part in Meet the Locals for 2022, please get in touch if you’re based in Kirton!

Please get in touch with any letters, announcements, recipes or reviews at Editor@kirtonnews.co.uk.

Rachael.

 


 
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