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NEWSLETTER No 2 of 2018
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June 2018 - Moni aliyense
Greetings to you on this first day of June. I have to report that on behalf of the Association Elizabeth and I attended the Annual Reunion of the Kenya Police in Coventry on 26th May.
This follows on my attempts to create a closer relationship between the remaining Colonial Police Associations. After discussions with the various office bearers of the other Associations, it was felt that the easiest way to create a relationship was to attend each otherís functions and all of our members are invited to attend any functions which the other Associations may hold and vice versa. We will have to advise each other as to when and where such functions are to take place. In our case. the only function we currently hold is our Annual Reunion. Such information will be passed to our members.
For similar reasons we attended the following day at the National Arboretum in Alrewas during which the Royal Hong Kong Police re-dedicated a new very impressive memorial. Naturally I passed on good wishes from our Association and repeated the invitation for their members to attend our functions.
Khalani bwino.
Christopher Bean - 1st June 2018


Musical Interlude
Fodya? Yes, so many of us were smokers in those days - Matinee at 25np for 50 or eight Tomtom for 2np. Most of us have given it up now, a good thing healthwise and, in UK, at £9 for 20 just as well! So, with a slight difference, click here for Shirley Bassey and a reminder that "smoke gets in your eyes".


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