Sylvie Monin-Badey wrote in to say:
I thank you very much for your gifts and your warm welcome at school, and at the RAF airfield. All my thanks to Mr Fred DAWSON and Mr David COOPER. They made us a very successful visit.
I hope you will take care and keep an eye on my rose bush, it is “in my heart”, very precious in my memories.
Thank you again for your lovely and warm welcome and for making the whole visit happen!
Janine Darphin wrote:
Thank you very much for this wonderful trip.
Today, I still feel nostalgic for your country.
Vic Pennington wrote:
Many thanks once again for such a wonderful day.
Vic and Maureen
Ken Hall wrote:
Once again, thank you so much for inviting us up to Linton, it was amazing to be able to see the base and meet yourself and the French group. They are so full of enthusiasm!
On behalf of: Linton On Ouse Gardening Club
After the sunny summer we are expecting fierce competition for the “tallest sunflower”. There is a prize for the tallest sunflower grown by a child, the tallest sunflower grown by an adult and- we may sneak in a prize for the prettiest! Please send your entry forms to Jenny as soon as possible and by the 25th September at the latest. Click here to download a PDF of the entry form.
Either pop the form (and ideally a photo as well) through Jenny’s door (at Rosedene, Main Street Linton on Ouse) or send attached to an email Jenny@harlow-associates.co.uk .
Everyone is welcome to the prize giving which (as the village hall at Linton on Ouse may still be out of action) at Newton Parish Hall from 6.30pm. There will be photographs, cakes and lots of clapping!
As an inhabitant of MONTCONY and a member of the MONTCONY-LOISIRS Association, I wanted to send you a few lines in English to express our warmest thanks about your generous hospitality last Tuesday. But please excuse me in advance : I might damage your language a bit…
The President, M. Jean-Paul CHATOT and all of us have been immensely touched by your warm welcome.
When we were children, we were regularly told “the story of the crash” by our parents and grandparents. This tragic event has created a bond between our two villages forever…
Together with Mme Sylvie MONIN-BADEY, President of the SOUVENIRS-MEMORIES Association and Mrs Jan JAUNCEY, we had thought of this trip for several years… Thanks to all of you, it had become a reality and it was a moment filled with great emotion.
Thank you so much for your kindness.
Mme J. DEGRANGE
Linton on Ouse History Group would like to invite people to view some formally identified pottery from the area.
Please view the attached notice (PDF) for dates when the pottery will be available to view.