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The new Warrick Park footpath

22nd February 2021 | Letters

How useful has this new footpath been on Warwick Park?  Since the first lockdown it has been used, no doubt, countless times when folks have been taking their daily exercise. When the rains came in the autumn it was used in preference to the muddy recreation ground.  It’s a path that leads to the newly installed Multi Use Games Area (MUGA). And now with the arrival of snow it is one of the safer routes for getting around our village.

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Letter.

22nd February 2021 | Letters



I was so thrilled to see the Kibworth Hug Token featured in the Chronicle!
It was an idea I had to spread a bit of joy and magic at a time when we simply can’t even hug one another.

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Kibworth sings to the world

9th January 2021 | Letters

Carol number five ‘A virgin most gentle’ in this year’s Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, broadcast worldwide annually on Radio 4 and BBC World Service from the candlelit Chapel of Kings College, Cambridge 3pm Christmas Eve, is of local interest, having been composed by Andrew Carter, a past pupil of Kibworth Beauchamp Grammar School.

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Twenty’s Plenty!

9th January 2021 | Letters

This last week (beginning 6 December) whilst many lands celebrated St Nicholas’ Day on the Sunday, some Beauchamp residents may have missed a local anniversary - the installation of the yellow speed restriction signs, now looking so bent, battered and bruised, twenty weeks ago during the fourth week of July.

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Thanks.

22nd December 2020 | Charity, Letters

I would like to say an enormous Thank You to all those who have contributed to my Just Giving fund to provide toys for children from families who are struggling this Christmas.

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Isabel Cullum

22nd December 2020 | Letters

I was saddened to learn of the death of Isabel Cullum who, I must admit, was responsible for encouraging me to write articles for the Chronicle.

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