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SPRING NEWSLETTER 2020

Dear Members

We hope you are all well and not too bored with this lockdown.  It has certainly put a hold on plans we had to invigorate the Trust but be assured that we are determined to weather the storm and resume with the programme as and when it is safe for us to do so.

News from the Hub

As you can imagine we had to close the Hub for  lockdown. It gave us a chance to have a good clean up and spare time to rethink a few things.  We visit Middle Entry once a week and are moving furniture to facilitate social distancing and hand sanitising as recommended.

Blue Plaques We note that the refurbishment of 10 Colehill seems to be complete so as soon as things improve, we will install the Plaque in a nice unveiling. The order has gone in for a plaque on the Calders Building on the corner of Bolebridge Street and Victoria Road where Mr Thomas Hulland a renowned Engraver lived. Some of his work even made it to the British Museum.  We have plans for several other plaques which residents have recommended – so watch this space.

JUST FOR NOW EVERYONE – PLEASE STAY SAFE AND STAY AS HAPPY AND HEALTHY AS YOU CAN.

Best Regards,THT Chairman and Committee Members

 

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