Volume 8, Issue 7, July 2014

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Rethymnon Bugle - July 2014 EditionIn the picture to the left you see our new sundial which has now been unveiled at ‘Agnostou’ in Rethymnon (The Square of the Unknown Soldier). The editor (who Is somewhat spatially challenged) is having difficulty trying to work out how it actually tells the time, but she thinks it looks very pretty. June was a hotter month than we were expecting, but hopefully July will give us a bit more time to chill out. As ever here in Rethymnon, there has been loads going on to entertain us, we have plenty of visitors from all nations to keep us company, and of course the beautiful landscape and the sea to keep our senses alive!

July Highlights

Freedom is a theme this month, which is lovely. We celebrate the release of Eleftheria the turtle back to her natural environment. We also welcome back Britain’s favourite poet to our island. There is a stunning summer menu idea, a reminder of how laughter can really help, a report on some of the best of Cretan produce and a review of a fabulous benefit concert. The puzzles take a break this month, but they will return. All this plus news and views from around town and more. Thanks to all of you who helped us out!

About ‘The Bugle’

The Rethymnon Bugle is an independent, monthly FREE magazine that was started in January 2007. The Bugle is an English language publication that is geared not only towards the Greek and international community living and working in Rethymnon BugleRethymnon, but also to anybody who likes our town (or would like to know our town) and loves Crete. The aim of the Bugle is to be both informative and light hearted. We welcome feedback and written / photographic contributions from readers. We particularly welcome feature articles that have a Rethymnon slant; if you are considering submitting an article we would ask that you keep to an upper word limit of 500 words.

You will find our contact details and a listing of hard copy distribution outlets on our ‘Spreading the Word’ page.

We hope you enjoy reading our July issue!

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