After many years as editor of the Curry Rivel News, Laurina Deacon has decided to step down . It goes without saying that Laurina's contribution to the success of the CRN has been invaluable and the village is indebted to her for the hard work and dedication she has put into producing and circulating the CRN to every household in the Parish of Curry Rivel. Thanks a Million Laurina.
Laurina's farewell message is shown below.
The January edition of the Curry Rivel News has been my last! After a long and happy involvement with the paper's production I have decided that it is high time I stepped down as editor. With effect from now I am no longer a member of the Curry Rivel News Group. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the support you have given me during my time as editor of the CRN with your articles, news and views which have kept residents informed and interested in the breadth of clubs, societies and institutions that exist in this village.
The email address remains the same with Helen Breeze and Jane Hamlin sharing the editing role. Please keep your news and views coming — the CRN would not function without them and I shall look forward to 'reading all about it' as my copy drops through the letterbox!
with best wishes and season's greetings
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