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The virus continues to dominate our thinking, and many people are having to reconcile themselves to a summer of not going away on holiday. Like many, we have been in the habit of taking our holidays in France but, for the first year in many, we will not be visiting our favourite rivers, the Dordogne and the Vezere, this year. There may be a positive side to this, however, since we are having to think more about some of the wonderful places in the UK where we could holiday. And the weather over the past few weeks has been glorious, so fingers crossed that it continues so that we can spend some quality time in the Wye Valley, the Malvern Hills, or the Shropshire hills - wherever we finally end up for our annual recharging.

Because of holidays, there will be no issue of the W2HEN in August so, see you in September.

JULY 2020

Welcome to the July 2020 edition of The W2HEN newsletter.

I hope you are all safe and well.

Just as we were about to celebrate things getting somewhat back to normal in terms of the coronavirus lockdown, we get the news that the number of new cases in Leicester is so large that that city has to lockdown again. Leicester is, of course, less than an hour's drive away from us. 

The situation shows us that we cannot afford to relax our guard against this pandemic, no matter how optimistic the government are. So, I for one am still maintaining social distance from other people, still wearing a face mask when I need to visit a shop and generally trying to avoid places with lots of people. I appreciate that this is more possible for me, as a retired person, than it is for others who need to go out to work. But my gut feeling is that we have definitely not seen the worst of this virus just yet.

Stay well. Stay safe.

David

    








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