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We are very pleased to be featuring our sponsors, TTP, in this edition. They celebrate their quarter century this year! Many congratulations!
After all the excitements of 2012 there are still many things to look forward to in our area in 2013.
The Village Fete, on June 29th, promises to be bigger and better than ever – please consider how you can help (p. 7).
SOAS (Supporters of All Saints’) Open Gardens will be on Sunday May 19th; if you would like your garden to be part of this scheme then please contact the organisers. The annual Safari supper will take place on Saturday June 8th, and is always a fun evening. (p. 46) Both of these events raise money for the maintenance of the fabric of our historic Parish Church.
MADS (Melbourn Amateur Dramatic Society) are to be congratulated on their recent performance of ‘The Lost Slipper’. If you would like to be involved in the next production contacts are to be found on p. 5.
The River Mel Restoration Group continue with their excellent work (p. 12). If you would like to help with this project your input will be most welcome.
Sadly the Men’s division of the Melbourn and Meldreth Branch of the Royal British Legion has ceased to exist and the Standard was laid up in the Parish Church at the end of January.
Melbourn History group continues to hope that younger members of the population will come forward to take up the task of recording village events. No great historical knowledge is required just a wish to help and to still be around in 2050 when the next book is due to be published.
Front cover: Spring blossoms on Melbourn Science Park. Photographer Stephen Bond
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