Where have all the Editors gone?

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Since we started TarvinOnline in June 2013 there has been an editorial team of 3 who put the stories online every day (except Christmas Day) using material we have researched ourselves or increasingly nowadays articles sent in by our readers who are usually Tarvin Parish residents- many, many thanks to all our contributors.

In that time we have published 2460 articles as we had a target of 2 articles each day.
In each of the last couple of months there have been over 10000 visits so clearly between us all we are providing what residents like to read and know about.

Since start-up we have always managed to have at least 1 editor around to put articles online and respond to emails.
Crunch time is coming however as at the present time one of us is horizontal recovering from an operation and the 2nd editor is away on holiday "down under" for 2 months. The last of the trio is going away for a week's holiday in 6 days time!
I know that's poor planning but these things happen.
We will try to pre-set articles for 1 week from 15th October so if you have anything you would like to publish then please send it in ASAP.
Emails will probably have to go unanswered for that week I'm afraid as web access will be most likely non-existent.

Looking forward to a deluge of stories!

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