NO SOONER SAID than there's a Committee, and no sooner a Committee... .well, readers , see this issue!
Emma Fletcher of Cage Hill's Rose Cottage is Suprema-in-Chief, (many thanks to Emma!) and in the space of a couple of weeks, preparations are well in hand for what promises to be a Street Party par excellence. Don't miss the Where's Willy Competition. From Sunday, 27th March, a cardboard cutout of the happy couple will be unexpectedly appearing at different places in the village - we need to spot where.
Elsewhere in this issue, Village Hall users should notice that it's the Village Hall AGM coming up and we've all been invited. An ideal opportunity then for anyone with any minor objections to current management strategies to go along and voice them! Not that anyone could possibly have any because, entirely similarly as with the running of this magazine, one is just all too grateful it is run at all - n'est ce pas?! Although the Crier does take the additional precaution of not actually asking anybody-else to their AGMs... .
Neighbourhood panels have cancelled all their meetings this month (are they on the cut-them list then?) and Stagecoach sent round an email announcing their reductions this month. We opened it with sinking hearts - only to find we're not on it! Small mercies, but Newmarket Tip is to be shut (see Letters), It is well worth protesting about this, especially since it seems to us that a lot of these socalled money-saving measures are only going to cost us more. The recent petition concerning forestprivatisation was very successful. See you next month!