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Happy new year everyone.
We do so hope that you managed to join with others safely over the Christmas period and get some joy at the end of what I think we all agree has been a rather challenging year.
It seems only apt that a number of our contributors this month are looking to explore the past rather than concentrating on a rather unknown future.
I am sure you are all aware by now that all the articles you read in Honiton & Village News are written by local people volunteering their time and considerable skills to help us make this a truly community magazine; therefore we are not usually aware of the topics they will be covering until they reach our email feed. Imagine my surprise then to find that, having asked Rob Greenhalgh to do a piece on our amazing hillforts and other prehistoric monuments, Miranda decided to dedicate View from the Hills to the ancient custom of Wassailing and Will, writing on behalf of Wild Honiton, has written about the mythology of holly, ivy and mistletoe. Even Chris seems to have joined the theme with a walk around Musbury Castle!
It is fascinating to look into the past but our writers this month are also keeping you up to date with modern technology, our vibrant high street, our range of activities (even in Covid times) in our town and villages and lots of information and advice. In fact, as I hope you have come to expect from us, a good variety with hopefully something for everyone.
Let’s keep being there for each other.
We are indebted to all those who enthusiastically help us in this venture. Without such support Honiton & Village News would simply not exist. To all our contributors, advertisers, sponsors, suppliers, retailers and readers – a resounding THANK YOU.
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