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6/7 BEVERLEY TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB
LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Happy New Year to everyone,
hopefully 2021 will be the
year when everything comes
back together and we can get
on with our new normal lives.
4 NEW FUNERAL DIRECTORS
5 nEW YEAR HONOURS
I mentioned last year that
2020 would be a year of
change, not quite the change
we all expected. So learning from last year how
important health, wellbeing and the impact of
loneliness had on society, we must now look how
we can help each other to achieve our goals and
maintain a healthy lifestyle (that will be different for
everyone), to look out for those less fortunate than
Continuing with the Just Beverley mantra "Small
change - BIG impact" keep your stories coming in,
we like to know what you have been up to.
Have a great year.
8 COVID MESSAGE
18 Dementia Friendly E.R.
26 staying positive
19 HOME INSTEAD
"You can't turn back the clock,
but you can wind it up again!"
Happy New Year readers!
We've only gone and made it
This month I'm feeling
reflective. I recently came
across Joan MacDonald, a
74 year old American, who has inspired me to
embrace a willingness to learn and make room
for the things that grow us. While her journey is
fitness based (I mean that alone is worth checking
out!), I find her mentality is adaptable to any
situation - including many experiences I've had
throughout this pandemic.
We have suffered many losses thanks to Covid-19,
and yet here we all are, still making the best of it.
So I'll be bringing Joan's energy into the New Year
- remember, it is never too late for anything.
Stay safe this January, and enjoy the issue.
Julian Minshall, Olivia Peace, Rich Manville, Tony Barker, Cllr Richard Burton, Jonathan Lee Calkwell,
Carfan, Jane Dale, Fiona Garth, John Gilham, Jackie Hardman, Rich Hayes, Colin Raynor, Ian
Richardson, Mark Smith, Sam Walton, Clint Wastling and Nathan Wilson.
REMEMBER! If you see examples of anti-social behaviour or other types of low-level crime, do
report it to the appropriate authorities. POLICE - Emergency 999, Non-urgent 101. ANTI-SOCIAL
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