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The Editor's Letter

 

I have just returned home from the Rememberance parade and service. I think (but maybe I always say this) that this was the biggest and best year I’ve ever seen. The village was packed, the roads were closed (as they should be, thank you to the volunteers who help with this) and the children involved were so well behaved and respectful. Once again, we did the village and the fallen very proud.

A reminder of events happening in December: The Town Hall Christmas Fayre will take place on Saturday 4th December and St Peter and St Paul’s church will be having their wonderful Christmas Tree Festival which also opens on Saturday 4th December (more details on both events inside). The Old King’s Head will be having their Christmas Fayre on the 11th & 12th December. The Methodist Church are also holding many events and services leading up to Christmas (details inside).

There may have been a few of you who haven’t received a copy of Kirton News through your door yet. Please bear with us, luckily we have had such a great response from new distributors willing to take on various routes throughout the village so normal service should resume very soon! Thank you as always to everyone who helps to deliver issues for us.

In this editions ‘Meet the Locals’ feature, we’re talking to the proprietors of Everest Bar & Grill! 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.

I wish you all a very Happy and Healthy Christmas. See you in 2022!

Rachael

 


 
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