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Bourne End photo Burnend (first recorded 1236) "End of the Stream" is where the Wye flows into the Thames. Nestling in the Chilterns alongside the river, the village has been the home of papermakers, lacemakers and brickmakers. Today Bourne End is a thriving village close to London and even closer to the open countryside of the Chiltern Hills in central southern England.


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Target October 2016 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Barrie Penfold   
Target Magazine October 2016 front page thumbnailAnother packed 40 page issue of your community magazine has more news about WDCs proposals for development on the front page.

Moving away from the planning issues there’s a story about paralympian Naomi Riches MBE on page 9 with great news that she rowed the River Thames from source to estuary in a record breaking time. All in aid of the charity to help anyone afflicted by her sight problems.

There’s news of Fun Night on page 10 and of Halloween on page 11. This is followed by another 60th wedding anniversary on page 12. Then there’s an emerald anniversary on page 15 as the Thursday Club celebrated their 55th year of regular meetings. The cake was superb!



All about bats features on page 17 and Enid Blyton’s birthday is celebrated by the new occupants of Blyton House on the Marlow Road in Bourne End. After years of discussion, planning issues and finally development this McCarthy & Stone housing scheme is now up and running.
Target Magazine October 2016 front page
Past Times on page 34 is all about fairs with wonderful photos of those involved. You might remember some of them!

There is also an appeal for help with Target distribution and advertising on page 2.

And lots, lots, more – all in the issue and for local people by local people.

Click here to open Volume 52 Issue 5. This is an adobe acrobat file and you will need a pdf file reader program to view the file.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 20 November 2016 )
 
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