I freely admit to feeling quite emotional that this is the last time I will ever log onto Weebly - Edit Site - NewNews.
Yes, I've resigned as Web editor.
The last six and a half years as editor have been amongst the most significant experiences in my life. I wasn't at all an IT-phobic, and I'd done a lot of print production management (brochures, annual reports etc) in my professional life, and media relations (endless press releases), and quite a bit of public speaking one way and another - and speech writing for others. So I had an idea of what a website could be like.
But the technology? No way. But our web builder Weebly was amazing, as also some friends and family and NatHistSoc colleagues who'd been there before.
And so it grew.
But now it needs to be re-built so that people can have the automatic feeds they've enjoyed. And, although I was initially up for the challenge, I realise it is a perfect time for someone else to have a go who will, I'm sure, get as much fun and satisfaction from it - and maybe also learn as much - as I have.
So thank you to all you site visitors, thank you to all you contributors, thank you to the Tisbury Natural History Society for the inspiration.
With very best wishes
The pages now display photos of live moths taken by Andrew Graham. This one, the Puss Moth, looks very soft and cuddly.