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Easenhall In The Revel Magazine:

December:

We would like to send our condolences to our Parish Clerk of some 33 years, Jackie McIntosh, on the loss of her husand Stuart. Jackie was born and raised in Easenhall and only acted as Clerk to the Parish Council to help out in an emergency. Thank you Jackie for all your efforts and our best wishes to you.
Jackie would like to express her thanks to the Parish Council and Easenhall residents for their cards and and thoughts at this time.

Best wishes to all those (and there are a few) villagers and connections who are not in the best of health. Here’s hoping you can enjoy at least some of the festivities going on and that the New Year brings positive developments.
A big thank you to everyone who helps in any way with our village page in Round the Revel (Helen/Cameron/Margaret) and to those who distribute copies every month, especially Pam Shirley for coordinating each month.

Please see the latest news and events here:

October:

Easenhall Horticultural Show and Fete

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who helped with the fete in any way - especially those who helped to set up the tents, those who ran stalls, and those who helped take it all down again on Sunday morning. The very welcome drink and sit down at the pub afterwards, together with the now traditional tasting (and kindly criticism) of the men's cookery class entries made all the hard work almost worthwhile! Special thank yous to the Lea family for the use of the field, to Christal for running the Dog Show, to Gill and the team for running the tea room, to everyone who entered the Horticultural Show and Judges Cynthia Mold and Janet & Peter Rathbone, to Chris and Margaret for keeping order in the Show tent, and of course to Helen, our mastermind and co-ordinator who somehow managed to stay calm all day! We raised over £800 for village funds plus £200 from the raffle which will be donated to Cancer UK.

If your household has been plagued with exams this summer, well done to all the children and young adults in the village who have sat their exams. Best wishes to all those starting new schools this month, and congratulations to those off to pastures new for a Uni or College course. Enjoy yourselves, the best years of your life!!

Derek and Pamela Freeman are pleased to say Fay has finally made the commitment and was married to Anthony Laluk (Tony) on Saturday, 8th September in Aubourn Church, Lincolnshire. Together with Logan, his new baby brother Jacob (8 weeks old), family and friends from Rugby, Cornwall, Lincoln and from over the 'pond' also came to wish them well in their new life together. Fay has now retired from the R.A.F. and wishes to be a full-time mother. Fay has chosen and trained to be a Personal Fitness Trainer and is also qualified to give an Indian head massage.

Judith Traveria-Wood We are very sad to report that after a brave fight with cancer Judith passed away in August. Judith was supported throughout her by family and by the friends she had made in Easenhall. Kevin and Judith were always a welcome addition to any village gathering – the mix of Irish and Spanish was delightful and they were great fun to be with. Sadly Judith leaves behind not only Kevin but also their two young children, Juliet and Liam. For the time being Kevin has moved back to his family home in Ireland where the children have just started at their new school. We send our heartfelt sympathies to Kevin and all the family.