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Dear Nyasalander
Most of our members have been advised that with the continuing Coronavirus pandemic our Reunion 2020, due to be held on 9th July, is cancelled. Thank you for your support in this very unfortunate matter.

 
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Moni Abambo ndi Amai ~ June 2020
We are now into June and in the pandemic situation in UK it is natural to think of the range of national sporting, leisure and holiday activities which would normally be in full swing at this time. The worldwide effects of the virus has altered lives very suddenly and in major ways - our thoughts must be for all who are affected and those working to relieve the suffering in every situation.


Lockdown in the UK has presented both challenges and opportunities for many and maybe some frustrations! No doubt among our members are those with hobbies and interests that give them much pleasure now and at other times. If you wish, please send me any details of yours.
If you served in the Force or lived in Nyasaland at the time, there may well have been one Division (region) that you particularly preferred for whatever reasons. I was fortunate to serve in all three but I know that not everyone was so lucky. In that delightful country with the scenery, the mountains and of course the Lake, which region did you prefer and why? Please let me know.
Chit-Chat Revisited
As we did last month we go back again to 2014 and with so much suffering throughout the world at the moment it was a different sort of suffering that the late John Peskett endured as a prisoner of the North Koreans in the early fifties. Serving with the Royal Marines at the time, what were the circumstances that led to this unfortunate experience?
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Sadly, we were very sorry to learn of the passing of Stella Unwin on the 19th April. On behalf of the Association I have passed on our condolences to Derek and family.
Ken Wilkinson
1st June 2020

Musical Interlude
"We'll Meet Again" - the song made famous by Vera Lynn was a rallying cry in the early days of World War 2. It was recently revived on the 75th anniversary of VE day but surely seems equally appropriate now given the current coronavirus lockdown. Click here to enjoy this version featuring a wide variety of participants.

NEWSLETTER No 2 of 2020
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