October 2021 Newsletter

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Thoughts and ideas ahead of the BPCCRA monthly. 14th October 7.30pm. St Aldhelms Dear Members, October Meeting We’re happy to confirm that the October meeting will be going ahead as per schedule, that’s the second Wednesday of the month, 14th October. The meeting will start at 7.30 pm, and coffee and tea will be served from 7.15 onwards. The minutes of the last meeting are available through the … Read More

September 2021 Newsletter

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Dear Members, We perhaps haven’t been quite to hell and back, but we’ve all been somewhere that none of us would have thought possible not that long ago. But enough of reminiscing over the last 20 odd months. On Wednesday 8th September your Residents Association monthly meetings are back and long may they continue. As the Association is very mindful of the hazards and implications of Covid that … Read More

February 2021 Newsletter

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An ECO Magazine, Working Parents, Home Schooling, Young Artists and much more Dear Members, When writing the monthly newsletter we try to look for good news as well as factual reporting on any current issues, because every day we are bombarded by mind numbing negativity that is forcing many of us to not even switch on the news never mind switching it off. Thank goodness for Netflix. The … Read More

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

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