Category: Nunnington News

For many years, Margaret Timbrell, the village's lay preacher, published a monthly newsletter, two sides of A4 typed out on an old-fashioned typewriter and roneoed by the staff at Nunnington Hall. However, as Margaret aged, she felt she couldn't continue with the newsletter and asked volunteers to take it over. Clang and Tracey duly answered the call and found it was a little bit more complicated than they had thought, whereupon I was asked to help. The new Nunnington News is the result.

By good fortune, we took over in February 2020, just before Covid, so we could use the Newsletter to inform our readers about the virus and the measures taken to control it.We aim to publish the News each month, although sometimes it's just the Diary page, and we aim to inform, educate and entertain the village and the many subscribers from beyond the parish boundary who read the News. As publisher and editor, I take the many contributions we receive through our online form, edit and set the items and usually write an article or two each month.

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Nunnington News Archive

Nunnington News December 23

Short, sharp and to the point again this month, this edition of the News contains details and updates of the many events happening over December, as well as information about changes to the regular village services over the holiday period.

Nunnington News October 23

Including reports on the cricket match and courtyard drinks and pages of information about the many events taking place in the run-up to the end of the year

Nunnington News August 23

It is wonderful to be able to report on so much happening in our parish over the summer holidays (even if the weather is against holiday events and harvesting this year).

Nunnington News May 23

A royal theme this month, with details of Coronation Weekend events in the village, and the planting of a tree to commemorate the Jubilee.

Nunnington News April 2023

It is three years since we took over the Nunnington News from Margaret, and we highlight some of the ups and downs we have recorded over that period in this edition, from Covid restrictions in 2020 to the Jubilee Celebrations in 2022.

Nunnington News January 2023

This newsletter covers several themes around beginnings and endings, change and history, and loss and renewal. We are delighted to have eloquent and important contributions from regular writers the Rev’d Sue Binks and Nellie, as well as from local researcher Malcolm Smith and local author Sally Coulthard.

Nunnington News May 21

The weather in April dominated our May edition. Finally, however, the world is warming up at last, and Spring, hopefully, is on its way. And, for a small village, there is still a lot going on. Sadly, we also record the death of our most senior villager.

Nunnington News April 21

Our April edition of the News captured the spirit of Easter, Spring and renewal through a beautiful pastoral article and news and photos of newborn lambs.

Nunnington News December 20

Lack of time thwarted our plans to make this a bumper edition. Instead, we kept it short, publishing only regular articles and news and information about village events and the new pandemic rules. Next month will be very full!

Nunnington News November 20

We dedicated the November edition of the news to remembering those who had died, particularly during the two world wars. We were fortunate to have people in the village and from around the world with long memories or access to family records.

Nunnington News July 20

Much of interest, again, in this edition, including information on the easing ion lockdown, as well as lots of stuff about country matters and the history of the village.

Nunnington News April 20

The newsletter came into its own this month. We were able to include updates on the Corona virus and provide details of all those willing to help.

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