Moni aliyense ~ February 2020
As we enter the second month of this new decade here in UK the Winter, so far, has been mainly moderate in its effects and at the time of writing we have had no prolonged heavy snows. Evenings are slowly beginning to get lighter and shoots appearing in our gardens - most encouraging.
The all consumimg BREXIT issue has taxed our politicians and general public here in the UK for the past three and a half years but finally the result of the referendum of June 2016 has been implemented wef today, the 1st February 2020, with a transition period of one year before Britain's final exit from the European Community - ufulu bwino bwino to some, woyipa kwambiri kwambiri to others!
A recent addition to our website is the inclusion of the Association Newsletters dating back to 2015. They are now accessible from the Index tab and an interesting and important addition to our records.
Information regarding our 2020 Reunion on Thursday 9th July has been circulated and it is hoped that as many as possible will be able to attend. Our get-togethers have continued for many years and have provided a variety of memories to look back on. One, coming to mind and most amusing, was the occasion when one of our late and very much missed colleagues was delivering the keynote speech and got so carried away that a colleague (sitting at his table) felt obliged to ring him on his mobile to achieve its termination!!
It is in this page that I like to refer to the various experiences which some of us may have shared. For instance, did you ever return from UK leave by sea? Perhaps by Union Castle, British India, Lloyd Triestino or other - a great experience maybe and if so, tell us about it.
1st February 2020
BREXIT - The UK was a member of the EEC for some 47 years joining in 1973 to take the number of the Community member states up to nine which increased to 28 before leaving on 31 January 2020. However, beneficial to the UK or otherwise, amazingly the "Anthem of Europe" is curently topping the UK iTunes singles charts!
Here's one version
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