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      Moni Aliyense ~ May 2019
      For those of us who served in the Nyasaland Police, our experiences depended on the various branches in which we served, the places where we were stationed and, in some cases, our rank. Our interest in this Association may well derive, as it does in my own case, from nostalgic memories of those long ago days working with colleagues we well remember, doing worthwhile work in a very attractive country. Some friendships made all those years ago remain active with others in our memories when some of those concerned have passed on. I think nostalgia is good and good memories are important to us.
      I am grateful and very encouraged by the generous response to last months appeal for donations towards the running costs of the Association. Suffice to say any further donations will be very welcome!
      I have enjoyed personal contact wth some of you during the past month and there have been others by remote contact and in particular it was good to hear, via Vanessa, that Dutch Hulland, now aged 91, is well, in good spirit and well looked after in sheltered accommodation in Harare.
      The level of bookings for our 2019 Reunion at Coventry on Thursday 11th July is also encouraging but I remain hopeful of receiving more and achieving a larger attendance. If you are available to attend, please make the effort and let me have your booking soon. You can be assured of a very warm welcome.
Please be reminded that should you wish for any further information regarding our Association, I can be contacted by email at nyasa.police@gmail.com.
Very Best Wishes,
Ken Wilkinson
1st May 2019

Musical Interlude
The gorgeous month of May! At least in the UK that is - here the sun is warming, the birds are singing, the flowers blooming and the garden taking shape. Yes, so "May It Be" and Hayley Westenra.
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