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Read our summer newsletter online here
This edition focuses on Buxton's Transport with contributions from BCA Member Ian Morris and an interview with Buxton Town Team's Tina Heathcote. We also have some thoughts on getting inspiration from nature during the lockdown from Frances Sussex and the latest on BCA's save our swifts project. Trevor Donald takes a look at excursions from Buxton in 1819. Lyn Noble writes about being inspired by Buxton's woodlands to paint and members can order prints of his woodland paintings.
E-Newsletter dated 5th August 2020 including a round up from some of our Groups
Water, Water, Everywhere.........................
Our Spring Newsletter is now available to read online (See below). This is the last edition where the design, layout and photography will be done by Bob Bohme and he has perhaps left his best to last. We would like to thank Bob for the fantastic work he has done over the past two years or so and wish him all the best on his travels.
We are in safe hands though as Lucy Marsden is taking over the design. layout and photography. Looking forward to the summer edition already.
Our Summer Newsletter is now available online by clicking on the link below.
The theme for the next Newsletter is Water and we aim to publish it in February 2020.
If you want to contribute to it then please get in touch with Alyson Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you enjoy our Summer edition.
Our latest Newsletter is now available on line. This edition focuses on trees, you can learn about the trees of Grinlow and much more. There is also an interview with our retired Chair Mike Monaghan.
Read our NEW LOOK Summer 2018 Newsletter online
We are launching our new look Newsletter online, though of course members will still receive a printed version in the post over the next few days.
BCA member Bob Bohme has been working with Newsletter Editor Alyson Phillips to create an exciting newsletter to help explain and promote BCA and its values.
Alyson commentated "It is really exciting to have Bob's creativity and skill to help create a brand new look to the newsletter. We hope you enjoy it and we are already working on the next edition. We welcome contributions and suggestions and please let us know what you think about the new look."