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  • NEVILLE JAMES COLE

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    A message to confirm the Franco-British quiz for cancer research will take place on
    June 14th, at the established vineyard venue, with tastings and local specialities to try.
    The pub’s quiz enthusiasts, along with other groups will be very welcome.
    Neville James Cole.

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  • NEVILLE JAMES COLE

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    A springtime word from France.
    Followng several weeks of hospital treatment to repair a shattered knee, now back home and catching up. The care received of a very high standard.
    I see the pub quizzes are continuing. The longstanding invitation to visit for the annual
    Franco-British quiz I organise to aid cancer research remains open. The evening is
    informal, and totally bi-lingual, with tastings of our local wines in a chateau vineyard
    setting. The date is likely in June.
    Travel, low-cost, Stansted to Toulouse. Bookable online. Arrangements at this end
    made as required. Local places of interest can be recommended to make a short visit memorable.
    The welcome will be open, despite ongoing machinations.
    My contact details are held by the parish council for email and telephone.
    Looking forward to hearng.
    Neville James Cole.

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  • NEVILLE JAMES COLE

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    Holidays are now with us. Opportunities to recharge minds and bodies. Visit new and
    unfamiliar places.
    France has always been the world’s leading destination with its abundant attractions, and hospitality.
    We’ve all seen in the news the sickening events over the past months in our cities.
    A state of emergency is in place for a further 6 months. Life on a daily basis goes on.
    To those from the village coming to France, may I suggest, that some extra patience
    is shown at points of entry where security is tighter than before. Have all relevant
    documents to hand. Answer questions calmly and politely, if asked.
    In the course of travelling and visiting France the Gendarmerie and Police Nationale
    will be patrolling the roads, railways and town streets. A reassuring presence.
    In traditional ‘France profond’ visitors are welcome; recent UK events notwithstanding.
    I hope this helps?
    NJC

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  • Claire

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    Great Fireworks, thanks! I grew up in Haslingfield but now live in London – for the last few years we’ve come back for the fireworks. It’s a great family occasion, the fireworks are amazing and the kids and I really enjoy it. Well done for making it happen in spite of all the rain.

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