In this edition, heralding our entry into the final ‘furlong’ of 2007, we see that communal activity both within the family and without is energetic and ongoing. Which explains why this November issue, anticipated to be lighter in pages and megabytes, is in fact rather hefty.
Once again then, eschewing suggestions of highlights, we advise readers to peruse the issue yourselves. We are confident you will find much to satisfy your curiosity and interest in terms of what has been happening over the past month or so as well as some of what’s ahead, not to mention the many advertisers you may wish to patronise.
Further to that, we must stress that, not having the conventional battery of reporters as have other publications, we rely on organisations to keep the community aware of what they are doing as also of their requirements. By the same token, if we are not kept informed of individual achievements and other matters of ‘human interest’ to our readers, these will unfortunately not see the light of the Chronicle day.
We are doing our bit to set up the contact, it is now over to you!
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