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#2747 Re: Furness History Newsletter

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Enjoy your Easter break by reading our latest Newsletter which is attached to this e-mail. We offer our usual selection of news, photographs and features.

Don't miss our next meeting on Tuesday evening at the Community Centre when Edwina Currie presents an illustrated talk about the Liverpool and Manchester Railway.
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#2798 Furness History Newsletter - July 2018

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Here is the latest edition, in pdf and doc format.
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#2860 October Newsletter

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Attached is our latest newsletter. Please note that our meeting is tomorrow night, 2nd October when Brian Hallworth tells of the folklore aand superstitions surrounding the animal world. Details are in the Newsletter.
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#2907 January 2019 Newsletter

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We hope that you enjoy reading our latest newsletter which can be downloaded from the link below.

If you would like to be on the mailing list for future issues, please send your email address to furnesshistory@gmail.com

Use the same email address if you would like to send an article, photograph or other contribution for our next Newsletter due early April 2019
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#2956 April 2019 Newsletter

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Our April Newsletter is now available to download. If you would prefer a copy by email each quarter, please send your address to furnesshistory@gmail.com
We always welcome contributions; photographs, features or news about Furness Vale and farther afield. Please send any material to the above email address by 24th June for inclusion in the July edition.
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#3052 July 2019 Newsletter

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The July Newsletter has just been published and is available below, to download. The next issue will be 1st October 2019. Contributions are always welcome in the form of news, articles, photos and documents. As regular readers will know, we do not limit our content to Furness Vale. Usually the features have an historical interest. Any copy should be sent to furnesshistory@gmail.com
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#3079 October 2019 Newsletter

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We have published our latest Newsletter a few days early in order that our readers will be able to read the notices about coming events: The Bugsworth Steam Weekend, The New Mills arts exhibitions and Lantern Parade and our meeting next Tuesday 1st October.
Please send any contributions for our January 1st issue to furnesshistory@gmail.com by 22nd December

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