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The Journal Dates 2019
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473 February 11 January 2019 26 January 2019
474 March 8 February 2019 23 February 2019
  475 April 8 March 2019 23 March2019
476 May 12 April 2019 27 April 2019
477 June 17 May 2019 1 June  2019
478 July 14 June 2019 29 June 2019
479 August 14 July 2019 27 July 2019
480 September 16 August 2019 31 August 2019
481 October 13 September 2019 28 September 2019
482 November 11 October 2019 26 October 2019
483 December 8 November 2019 26 November 2019
484 January 10 January 2020 27January 2020
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The Journal aims to be a source of local knowledge  in  our  five  ‘journal  villages’ and is proud to have been doing so for almost  40  years.   Arguably  the  most valued  members  of  our  team  are  our volunteer Distributors.

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Many of the articles in The Journal celebrate the delights of a traditional village life. However, in this issue we also have a letter concerned about residents removing hedges locally and an article about the further loss of open land between Narborough and Fosse Park. We appreciate that some people might like to open up their garden whilst others welcome an increase in local business opportunities. However, we should not lose sight of the values associated with our villages - after all that is presumably why we live where we do.