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Wednesday, 19 May 2021

Wed 19th May 2021 - All Saint's Church, Freshwater. GG # 838.

 Terry's Photographs.

















I have just looked through the blog archives to find out when we had the last scheduled session prior to today....(although we have squeezed in a few sessions as the ever changing regulations allowed)

Tue 17th March 2020 - IMPORTANT MESSAGE...PLEASE READ....!

Hello Everyone,

We have come to the decision in the light of the latest guidance on public health. We feel it sensible to suspend the sessions starting this Wednesday and for the foreseeable future until this all passes. I don't think I need to go into detail as to why this is happening but we all know we have to be careful and look after our own health and those of loved ones.  It hasn't been easy thing to do though, as we all love the group of course. I suggest perhaps you all continue to do something of a Wednesday morning in your gardens or in your home which makes you feel good. Meditation, yoga, call a friend, chat on social media, gentle exercise. There are lots of suggestions online.  ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘

We'll see each other again soon when this blows over. 

Look after yourself and keep smiling. ❤

Mark.

Who would have thought that it would have taken so long for us to get back to our regular Wednesday morning sessions...??? Well, some 45 Zoom meetings later, we have (hopefully) turned the corner and back to doing what we do best - tackling countryside. 
We all met up ( keeping good social distancing of course ) at the church entrance and the instructions were very simple "clear out anything that shouldn't be growing there" so we were soon spread across the church yard and doing our own thing. It is astounding how nature has reclaimed everything with just one year of free growth, it will take a good few sessions for us to get  back to where we were before.
This was a well attended meeting and although we did have a few rain drops, the heavy rain held off until we had finished.

Mark did mention at the tea break chat that he is looking at suitable venues for future weeks so hopefully we will have a full schedule again soon ๐Ÿ‘.

Many thanks to Terry for the excellent photos.

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