Welcome to the W2hen newsletter July 2021

Daisies in June

Welcome to the July 2021 edition of the W2hen newsletter.

The first couple of weeks in June certainly lived up to the label 'Flaming June'. I have to admit, though, that until I researched this label a little bit, I didn't realise that it didn't originally refer to the weather at all. You can read more about the origins of "Flaming June" in the Features section.

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Highlights

STOP PRESS

A spare plot has become available in Eathorpe Allotments. Budding gardeners dreaming of the "Good Life" and self-sufficiency please apply to Maurice Wood ‐ 01926 633227 or Email

Local news and events

Here is a round up of events and news locally.

Eathorpe, Hunningham, Offchurch and Wappenbury Joint Parish Council

Here you will find information about the work of the Joint Parish Council, and links to some important documents for downloading.

Church services and the vicar's pastoral letter

Here you will find Hugh Priestners' latest pastoral letter plus information about church events and services.

Poetry Page

This month I feature the brilliant Roger McGough, a member of the Mersey Sound group of poets (and member of the Scaffold group). Anyone who can write the song "Lily the Pink" deserves to be famous!

Bits and Bytes

One of the most common reasons for people to ask for technical help with their computers is that everything has started to go at a ridiculously slow pace. The focus of this section this month is on making your computer go faster.

Summer has arrived!

aeroplane

This is the time of year when many of us are accustomed to thinking about jetting off to somewhere hot for a summer break. Unfortunately, this is still difficult, although it has meant that many more people are discovering the delights of holidaying in the UK. Speaking personally, I would much prefer a holiday in the Wye Valley, or the Shropshire Hills, than anywhere in the south of Spain.