Telegraph keeps family up-to-date with news in the land down under
AUSTRALIA might have the sun, but for Grimsby ex-pats, their home town still has the news they want.
Christine Wood and partner Joe Deeney, of Waltham, took a trip down under – armed with their trusted Grimsby Telegraph – and were reunited with their family.
It was the first time they had visited Christine's sister Pauline Elsey, who emigrated to Australia 25 years ago.
And all 15 of them took it in turns to read the Grimsby Telegraph, which headlined with news about the future of Scartho Baths.
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Mrs Wood said: "It was a very emotional time for us all and so lovely to see everyone.
"They were waiting in line to read the Grimsby Telegraph, they found it fascinating!"
She was most excited to meet her great-niece Charlotte Mager, who was worried she wouldn't be able to understand the Grimsby accent.
Mrs Wood added: "We had a lovely time, it is a beautiful country with a fabulous lifestyle."
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