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Friends reunited!


One of the joys of Swanwick is making new friends and catching up with old ones.


Not many go as far back as Geoff and I, who last met in 1972. It was great to see him again.


Today was definitely one for basking in the sunshine and I really envied Julia’s hat. She gave us another stunning performance at Buskers’ Night, which included many other talented Swanwickers. As one who can neither play nor sing to any remotely acceptable level, I was content to sit back and enjoy it all.


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