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Unfortunately the Chronicle is not classed as an essential service in level 4 of lockdown (despite been a rural newspaper), so I am grateful that we have lifted to level 3 in order to get this issue out to you – a week later than originally scheduled. Also if the April issue had stayed to normal schedule it wouldn’t have happened. So thank you to my printer, Print House Ltd in Hamilton, for an amazing turnaround enabling me to get it up to Coromandel Town before lockdown, and to my wonderful deliverers.

A big thank you to all workers who have been classed as essential – for your work keeping the country functioning.

This is a slightly smaller issue than normal. I haven’t done a full calendar this month as there are no events able to go ahead, apart from Mother’s Day. Very few advertisers have put their adverts on hold – a testiment that they are keen to get going as soon as they are able to.

Take care everyone. I hope the virus is under control and we can lift into level 2 soon, then onto level 1 and resume some normality. It has been tough on everyone.

View the May issue here. 

Deadline for the June issue is 4pm on Monday 18 May


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The Coromandel Town Chronicle is published by Jude Publishing Ltd. Up to 3100 copies are printed monthly and are distributed free to letterboxes in Coromandel town and
by rural delivery from the Thames Coast to the top of the Coromandel Peninsula. It is also available free at peninsula information centres and Coromandel Town shops.

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