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Welcome...


To summer and the start of the school summer holidays later this month. We have a summer holiday planned and I am looking forward to taking our children on an aeroplane; a first for our youngest son. After the ordeal of getting to the airport for 4.30am (!) I certainly hope there are no delays...


July should be an exciting month sport- wise with the World Cup final scheduled for 13th July (at the time of writing England have just lost their first game to Italy - here’s hoping things improve for our boys). Andy Murray will be defending his title at Wimbledon - the Men’s final this year will be on Sunday 6th July. For cycling fans the Tour de France takes place between 5th and 27th July and the British Open golf tournament runs from 17th to 20th July. Let’s hope there is plenty of warm, sunny weather so the non sport lovers among us can get out of the house and avoid the telly.


Finally, many thanks to Lauren Fulcher from Barnham who spent a week with us on work experience recently and helped edit our charity pages among other things.


Kris Words of Wit & Wisdom


“There are only two things a child will share willingly; communicable diseases and his mother’s age.” - BENJAMIN SPOCK


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