WELL, THAT WAS THE DO THAT WAS, and for next month's Crier, we invite everybody's articles, comments and photos of the Big Day, not to mention the follow-up celebrations throughout the rest of the weekend.
For the first time in its history, and at great expense we may add, the Crier will be taking out some colour pages to commemorate the event. Many congratulations to Emma Fletcher and her amazing Royal Wedding committee for a job so excellently executed and so much enjoyed by all.
Readers eagerly anticipating the usual long rambling editorial this month will be disappointed because our style has been somewhat cramped by yet another bug doing the rounds and stopping of at our house as usual. We are trying very hard to get the magazine out in time for the elections this week - do read the addresses from each of our candidates, we hope not in retrospect!
Last month's crossword was inadvertently added to the wrong edition of the magazine (the previous month's)- no, you don't want to know how that happened- it's back this month, and what's this we hear about certain BOYS (we-know-who-they-were) smashing Youth Club windows on Royal Wedding Day? Always good to get your name in print...