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September 2018 - Moni asbambo ndi asmai
Greetings to all our members as summer draws to an end here in UK and we enjoy the abundant ripening fruit and garden produce available on these islands at this time of year, be it apples from the orchard or blackberries from the wild.
However, as recorded elsewhere on the website, it is sad to learn the passing of David O'Neil and John Pritchard. Both achieved much since leaving Africa, David was a successful novelist and John reached a high position in the Australian legal system.
As for the website itself there were 1,509 page hits last month with Galleries and Chit-Chat topping the leaderboard. So, another reminder to those who used their camera at the reunion in July, please email your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christopher Bean - 1st September 2018
Memories! - Listening to Shenandoah recently I was immediately taken back to the Shire river at the Fort (below), there on the water taking the odd sungwa or two for dinner. There are various versions sung by so many singers but Click here to hear the Choir of New College, Oxford, in full voice.
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