The Official Catweazle Fan Club

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Greetings All,
The latest eNewsletter went out today, If you did not recieve one Please could you let me know.
So many members are changing email address and not letting me know, we still have the issue with some AOL EMAIL ACCOUNTS but we can't do anything about them from our end.
Take Care.


Country UK

Re: Newsletter

Hi Gary and Carol - I've just 'logged on' and read the very full and interesting newsletter. It's great that the Catweazle bust will after all be sited at Brickendonbury, which I think is very appropriate, particularly as that is where we also met the characters played by our dear Gary, Moray and Elspet. That makes it a fitting tribute to them too. I hope our dear Annie is now making a good recovery and is able to be present as we pay tribute to Richard, without whom none of this would have been possible. Not forgetting the fact that Geoffrey's brother was also there much earlier doing his bit for the war effort, so that's another good reason. The Bayldon boys certainly left their mark on that building! There's so much to look forward to this year and I hope as many people as possible will attend and make it an occasion to remember.

Thanks Carol for all the time and effort you have devoted to getting the bust located - all the frustration and disappointment is now behind you, and your hard work has finally paid off! In fact, thanks to everyone who has contributed in their own ways to helping get this wonderful project off the ground (no 'flying' pun intended ...)

Can't wait to see the DVD of Geoffrey's evening and hear Vince's "Carrot's Lament' song. Carol, you will soon have my cheques (payable in groats) for these items and the weekend itself. (Hope I do the maths right ...) Thanks again for all your efforts.

Town/City Shipley

Country West Yorkshire