Welcome to another issue of Signpost. We are now at a point where many restrictions are lifting from this week, and whilst there is still a long way to go to return to normal, a lot of people will begin to venture out more and more.
We started Signpost to provide a curated list of online activities that people could enjoy and engage with during the days of lockdown. We have had fantastic feedback from our readers over the last 18 months and are really proud of what we have been able to share.
We will be taking a break from Signpost during the rest of the summer but will be back with new issues in September. If you have any thoughts about what you need from Signpost going forward please email us at email@example.com - we love to hear from you!
During this week in:
1960: Ceylon (Now Sri Lanka) elects Mrs Sirimavo Bandaranaike as the country’s (and the world’s) first female Prime Minister.
1969: Neil Armstrong becomes the first man to walk on the moon.
1974: Turkey invaded Northern Cyprus.
1986: Prince Andrew married Sarah Ferguson.
There's a secret blowing in the wind at Scatterbrook farm...The BBC have remade Worzel Gummidge! You can watch the 3 episodes on BBC iPlayer here.
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