Waterside Voices 2015/2016 now out

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The latest edition of Waterside Voices, Winter 2015/206, is now on sale.

Stalwart contributor Ken McCormack has, as usual, two unique and interesting articles, namely ‘Tom Thumb and The Derry Giant’ and ‘The Heart in the Park, which brings us up-to-date with a Waterside landmark.

The edition also traces the history of learning disability drama company, ‘Lilliput Theatre Company’.

Also inside, John Lynch asks ‘Whatever became of Christmas Rhymers?’

Gerard Harvey tells readers why they should join his knowledgeable and interesting group, ‘Foyle Family History Society’.

Jim Hunter reveals fascinating facts in his article ‘Christmas Throughout Europe’ and a new series ‘School Pictures from the Past’ starts with Broadbridge Primary School.

On sale at newsagents, in Newbuildings, Strathfoyle, Caw, Lettershandoney, Prehen, Drumahoe and Eglinton, in Easons and at Greenhaw, Galliagh and Garden City.