Welcome to the July edition of the Romsey & Wellow Gazette.
July is here and we are fast approaching the break up of schools and colleges and of course universities; and the one thing we all hope for is good weather, so fingers crossed. Mind you, I have had deep thoughts recently of just how vulnerable our world is with the eruption of 2 huge volcanos. So many disasters like this happen in countries where they do not have a lot and the little they have is suddenly taken away from them – so sad.
I hope that at sometime during the month of July you can
sit and relax in the garden with maybe a nice cup of tea or a glass of wine or cold beer, grab your copy of The Romsey and Wellow Local Magazine and hopefuly you will find one or two interesting articles to read, possibly something of interest for you from our Whats On pages. Local Schools, don’t forget that we offer a free platform to show how you are inspiring children to learn and we are always looking for colleges to contact us too.
We always look forward to local people getting in touch with news for our Community News section of the magazine, so please do email us using email@example.com. Please also provide any details of local events you would like advertised on our website or in our What’s On section in the publication. We are very interested in the community and want to help where we can.
The Summer Holidays will soon be here and I just hope that the weather is good for everyone. It makes life so much easier, and in lots of cases less expensive. We have the wonderful New Forest and a beach almost on our doorsteps. A bat and ball and a picnic is all that’s needed with lots of fresh air to tire the little ones out ; and us older ones if we get roped in!
Whatever you do, please enjoy the Summer and take care.
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