December 2020 Newsletter

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A reflection on the past year and an optimistic view of the New Year to come Dear Members, 2020 has been a year unlike any other, together we have faced a worldwide pandemic that has changed our lives and work in ways we could never have imagined. There is no doubt that it has been a year of personal loss, opportunities gone astray, crisis in our communities and across … Read More

November 2020 Newsletter

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Hello Members, Just a short newsletter this time as there is some really good news, the magazine is back, and it will be with you soon. Distribution of the winter edition is scheduled to start from Wednesday onwards this week. It’s a bumper edition packed with interesting articles including the planning report from the Dugald Eadie, and John Gunton, our editor writes with his usual eloquence and there … Read More

October 2020 Newsletter

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Our magazine will be back in print this month! Hello Members, In the September newsletter the hot topic was the predicted Indian Summer. It transpires that September was the hottest on record and even now although the early mornings are distinctly autumnal it still isn’t cold during the day, up to now. The intermittent falls of heavy rain have been particularly good for the Pinecliff Garden that our … Read More

September 2020 Newsletter

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The Bank Holidays are over so let the fun begin! Dear Members, Fine weather ahead? An “Indian Summer” with temperatures in the mid-twenties is being predicted. What a wonderful way to coast into the beautiful Autumn season. The sea continues to warm, and our visitors tend to be a little more laid back than some of the dear folk who found their way here during July and August. … Read More

August 2020 Newsletter

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We’re having a Heat Wave, a Tropical Heat Wave Dear Members, Welcome to the August newsletter. A day on the beach Yesterday morning I just managed to get parked in the Branksome Chine car park at 7.15 am. (Annual beach parking permits are a wonderful thing.) Even at that time the beach and promenade were buzzing. So let’s wish our local businesses good fortune for this weekend and … Read More

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