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The Community Newsletter contains News, Information
and Diary Dates. It is produced and
published monthly by the Parish Council and delivered
free of charge to every house in the Parish. for more details
contact the clerk to the Parish Council.
If you have have any material
that you would like included in the magazine,
please foreward it to the Editor, by the 15th of
the month. Contact details
For more details about
the newsletter contact the clerk to the Parish Council.
Mrs Tammy Medley,
24 Nuneham Grove,
Tel: 01908 505558 or M: 07955 521174
July 2011. A new
editor has been appointed. She is Angela
Baker. If you have any
news for inclusion in the newsletter please let Angela have
it by the 15th of the month.
July 2011. Thank
you once again to Jess Sayers who
stood in as temporary newletter editor from
November 2010 to July/August 2011. You did a good job of
keeping us all informed of what was happening in the Parish.
October 2010. Malcolm is no longer editor of the Parish
magazine. He has done a brilliant job over
the last 18 months creating an informative and well
presented newletter, which we looked forward to dropping
on to our door mats. He also (very efficiently)
provided an electronic copy of the newsletter for display
on this website. Thank you Malcolm for a job
February 2009. Malcolm Willis has been appointed
as the new editor of the newsletter. He
welcomes your news and views.
Thank you to Jess Sayers
for her endeavours in producing the
newsletter over the last three years.
A job well done!
I would like to thank
the previous editor, David Tollman,
not only for his hard work, dedication and
commitment in producing the newsletter but also for
everything he did for the Parish including supplying me
with material and encouragement in starting the website,
being a Parish Councillor, a member of the Village Hall Management
committee, the Jubilee Carnival organizer
and much more. He and Judith are
a great loss to the Parish. I wish them
every happiness in their new home.
|A Parish Magazine
from July 1942 by coutrtesy Sue & Ian Dilley
Shefford, Bedfordshire, UK (map)