In these extraordinary times, I am pleased to be able to report that we have produced the April and May edition of VV, an online version of which can be found on the website click here. Your delivered, physical copy of VV may be delivered a little later than usual. If you would like to download a pdf of VV please click here
Due to the pandemic we stood down our deliverers, due to the governments instructions to only make essential excursions out of our homes, and we have no wish to expose our much valued deliverers to risk at this time. We thank them for all their service, and look forward to their return when the risks have been eliminated, which may be a while
We have commissioned the Royal Mail to undertake delivery, with their postal duties. Because of the demands on their services, and staff shortages, this will result in a later delivery this time.
The VV team would like to thank our many contributors, who, because of the changing nature of the current situation, were amending their contributions right until the last minute – sadly in many cases to cancel the events and activities that we so enjoy in P&TG. If there are any inaccuracies in this edition of VV – please forgive us
Thanks too, go to our advertisers for their continued support. When the situation is resolved, please do look to engage our local businesses and service providers who advertise in VV.
So, when you receive your copy of Village Voice, please enjoy!
I would like to also invite all VV readers to contribute to the next edition. The June and July edition is usually packed with news and pictures of the events and activities that take place during the spring and summer months. Sadly all public gatherings are cancelled and this looks like continuing for some time. We would like to hear your stories, observations, or praise for our local heroes, during these challenging times.
Please write to me firstname.lastname@example.org – I would love to hear from you- our next deadline is first week in May
Stay safe and well, Cathy O’Leary, VV Editor