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Kewite-mail, December 2016

The Newsletter of the Kew Guild President

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Nigel Hepper’s school project reworked 70 years on

Retired teacher Mark Smith of The Grammar School at Leeds (GSAL) has written an article for the 2016 issue of ‘Memento’, the school’s Memento magazine. Nearly seventy years on, he has re-surveyed Meanwood Marsh, previously mapped using string, pegs and…

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Farnham Tree Trail launched

Guild member Peter Bridgeman has written a delightful leaflet for the Farnham in Bloom scheme of Farnham Town Council, Surrey, published earlier this year. Available free of charge from the library and the Council offices, the Farnham Tree Trail Guide…

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Letter from the President

Hello from the new President. It was a great honour for me to take over from Tony Overland as President of the Kew Guild at the AGM held at the Jodrell Lecture Theatre on the 10th September. Tony has worked…

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AGM 2016

Alan Stuttard (left) takes over as President of the KEW GUILD 2016-17 from Tony Overland at the end of the AGM. A brief resume of the AGM is planned to fill in members on recent discussions. The reports below outline…

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Norfolk Report

Kew Guild Norfolk Weekend 11/12 June 2016 – Part 1 The group’s first visit, on this brilliantly orchestrated weekend by John Simmons and others, was to Blickling, a National Trust complete Norfolk Estate, set in North Norfolk. We were welcomed…

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Alan Titchmarsh awarded Kew Guild Medal 2016

35 Kewites assembled on 15th. June for a lunch at the Coach and Horses Hotel, Kew Green. The event was arranged by the Kew Guild to mark it’s award of a Kew Guild Medal to Alan Titchmarsh for distinguished work as…

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