Coronavirus Overtakes Pigeon Post

The April edition of Pigeon Post, which is already distributed in the village and will be available on the village website from the end of March, was overtaken by events.

There were a number of events in April and May mentioned in the magazine, all of which were correct at the time it went to press. It is highly likely that most – if not all – of these events have now been cancelled. If in doubt please contact the event venue or event organiser to find out what the current situation is.

A monthly magazine goes to press well ahead of its publication date so there was very little the Pigeon Post Team could do about the rapidly changing situation.

If you’re housebound and hungry please don’t eat the pigeons in your garden – it’s not their fault.