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I’m not sure we feel totally liberated yet but there are plenty of events to enjoy locally within these pages, if people wish to get back to a sense of normality, and the improved weather (at time of going to print anyway) always gives us more options. I’m sure the organisers will appreciate as many visitors as possible after what must have surely been their toughest time in living memory.
If you would like to comment on Southwold’s Neighbourhood Plan there is still time. Neighbourhood plans give communities an opportunity to shape the areas in which they live and work so have your say! (See page 7). Many other Southwold updates of interest within. There seems to be more news and updates all round – a sign we are coming out of the dark times of the past year!
Things are looking up at last with Southwold Arts Centre introducing an exciting programme of events for June and concerts return to St Edmunds church! With restrictions lifting it has now been possible for a memorial service to be arranged for Jack Storer, details are on page 6 for anyone who wishes to attend – I still miss receiving Jack’s monthly emails and articles for the Organ.