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July 2021

Saturday, 31 July 2021

Newsletter No.14 - keeping in touch

Newsletter No.14 - keeping in touch

This is our fourteenth newsletter since the suspension of our regular meetings and walks programme.

If you click on the 'Download file' link (scroll down to the last line of this News item), then you will see our 2-page July 2021 newsletter.

Here are some of the contents from the first page:

"Dear All,
We hope you are all well.

As you are aware the group is on its summer break for July and August. This means our next meeting will be on the second Tuesday of September.

We are in the process of looking at returning to meetings in the Gwinnell Room, St. Mary's Church Hall. We will seek to make the room as Covid secure as possible i.e. windows open for ventilation, separation of seating etc. and there will be no refreshments served.

To try and judge if you would like to return to the Gwinnell Room, we would like to ask you for your thoughts on the matter.

Questions we would like answers to are :-

1) Are you happy to attend a meeting in person in the Gwinnell
Room?
Yes / No

2) If we moved the meeting to the Church itself would you be more
likely to attend?
Yes / No

3) Did you attend a meeting between March 2019 and March 2020?
Yes / No

Please send an email to nelondonRSPB@yahoo.co.uk

The more of you who reply, the better judgement we can make of the best way to continue. Please reply by the 8th August.

Website
Due to changes to the RSPB computer systems, we will be unable to update our Events listings during this time. Please check the News page for updated information or our Facebook page.

Have a good summer

Your Friends on the Committee"


The newsletter also contains links to consultations on Fairlop Waters, and Enfield Councils Draft Urban Plan, plus an article on Where have all the garden birds gone?

Please do keep in touch - you can email us at nelondonRSPB@yahoo.co.uk

or follow us on Twitter @RSPBNELondonGrp

or follow us on Facebook - click on the link below to go to our FB page (or go to www.facebook.com/nelondon), as it is a public page, you should not need a Facebook account to view it.

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