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STOP PRESS ~ NEWSLETTER No 1 of 2019 ~ CLICK HERE

Moni Aliyense ~ June 2019
The year seems to move on apace and maybe for some it is holiday time or at least when thoughts of holidays may be in our minds. Thinking of times in Nyasaland, and the memorable scenery and sights, who can forget the magnificent Lake? Some of us were lucky enough to be stationed near it but, near or far, many of us enjoyed its pleasures with holiday breaks - the swimming, fishing, sailing or on board the Ilala for drinks or even a trip. Certainly a wonderful place to visit and to remember!
With these memories in mind and to generally update details I have made contact by telephone or email with a number of our colleagues during the month and I can only add that to those I have missed I would be most pleased to hear from you, your news, your wellbeing or just to merely chat of those days long gone.
Further, on behalf of the Association I would like to express gratitude and appreciation for the extremely generous response to the appeal for donations to cover our running costs.
Otherwise I can only add that I am pleased that bookings for the Reunion at Coventry on Thursday 11th July are at an encouraging level but I would be delighted to see more. Please make every effort to come this year if you can.
Very Best Wishes,
Ken Wilkinson
1st June 2019

Musical Interlude
Yes, those holidays on the Lake were fantastic and a posting to Nkhata Bay - near paradise. However, in UK, as well as thinking about holidays there is the garden to attend to and with so much now coming into bloom then it has to be an "English Country Garden".         Click here to enjoy.


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Your news, comments, letters, photographs, etc, relating to the Nyasaland Police, this website or anything otherwise relevant are very welcome. There must be tales to tell and photographs galore out there - let's have them! Tell us about your experiences, send us some pictures and let us have your views on the reunions, their venues, food and accommodation, etc. Submit personally, by post or by telephone but preferably by email to either the Association Manager & Reunions Organiser Ken Wilkinson or the Website Editor, Terry Young, at: nyasa.police@gmail.com