Final Countdown


Just a very quick update this week as it’s been a busy weekend. We’ve only just got back from Wales then off for what will probably seem like a quick nap before we have to get up again for work in the morning! Only one more week now until the first issue of the magazine. Thank you so much to everyone who’s helped out, sent in articles and pictures as well as ideas for the magazine. Hopefully you’ll all like it! Five days to go and counting…


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