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Friday, 6 April 2018

Sue retires from The Village Voice

Sue Hill has handed over the reins of The Village Voice and The Lymington Directory to her neighbour, Jacqui Peacock and is confident it is in safe hands. 

Sue Hill
She would like to thank the many villagers who have sent her good wishes and especially for the lovely comments about The Village Voice. Her favourite so far is, ‘It’s a village treasure.’ 

Sue started both The Village Voice and The Lymington Directory in 2005, moving from a career teaching PE, English and Special Needs. Although, these days, a lot of communities have their own magazines, the idea was fairly new then and there were certainly voices of doom and gloom, warning her that it would never work. Fortunately she had the full support of her family and is happy to report that it worked rather well! 

Jacqui Peacock
Sue was very keen to ensure that advertisers were, as far as possible, local to the area so that it was beneficial both to local businesses, as well as residents. She has particularly enjoyed compiling the community pages and is very grateful to all those who not only volunteer for various groups, but also took the time to send her details of various activities and events.

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