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NEWSLETTER No 2 of 2019
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Moni Aliyense ~ September 2019
With the UK's variable weather and undoubted climate change worldwide, weather remains (apart from politics) the ongoing topic for discussion both in this country and no doubt elsewhere. August has given us intermittent hot periods interspersed with downpours of rain. We can easily forget that in parts of normally much sunnier climes, winter variations can occasionally bring scenes reminiscent of the UK; my wife showed me a very recent photograph of her niece and grand niece in New South Wales, Australia, wearing winter wear and standing in a sizeable fall of snow!

However, with regard to Nypol, I feel that the major strength of this Association is the support and interest of its members which ensures its ongoing viability, whilst similar associations struggle and in some cases cease to exist. We are fortunate that a major key is the support of widows and children of former officers and this is greatly appreciated.

Our individual memories of service in the Nyasaland Police no doubt depend on which Branch(es) we served in and where we were stationed. Some were lucky to serve in all three Divisions, as I did, and to see the best of a country, which is so scenic and memorable. As I said in an earlier message, nostalgia is good ..........

Very Best Wishes,
Ken Wilkinson
1st September 2019


Musical Interlude
As our Main Man suggests above it seems there are problematic climate changes afoot and given so much strife, aggro and confusion in this modern world how about a bridge to span these troubled waters - Click here for one version.


WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT
Your news, comments, letters, photographs, etc, relating to the Nyasaland Police, this website or anything otherwise relevant are very welcome. There must be tales to tell and photographs galore out there - let's have them! Tell us about your experiences, send us some pictures and let us have your views on the reunions, their venues, food and accommodation, etc. Submit personally, by post or by telephone but preferably by email to either the Association Manager & Reunions Organiser Ken Wilkinson or the Website Editor, Terry Young, at: nyasa.police@gmail.com