Wednesday 25th November 2020

Following on from my article in the November edition, I am now setting out the arrangements for 2021 which have been agreed after discussions with Paul Beynon, John Halkes and members of the editing team.

Supplies of printed magazines will, in future be available for collection from Lerryn River Stores, Penhaligon’s in Lostwithiel, and the six churches in the Benefice.  If you have previously received your magazine through the post, please provide your distributor with 12 stamped and addressed envelopes, and make payment as shown below.

Work has progressed on an improved email version (A4, in colour, with consecutive pages), and this will be available for parishioners in future. The cost of an individual printed copy will increase to 60p, but both printed and online copies will be available for an annual subscription of £5.00.

With the current Covid restrictions in force, it will not be permitted for us to ask distributors to call and collect these subscriptions as they have done in the past, so we are asking that you indicate on the form shown below your preferred method of accessing the magazine, either by printed copy for collection, or the email version.

To comply with the Data Protection Act rules, if you choose the email version, your address will be stored in a secure system and only used for sending your magazine. It will not be shared with any other agency.

Please return the form which you can find in the e-mail or printed versions of the December Bridge to the Admin Office, Church Lane, Lostwithiel, PL22 0EG either with a cheque made payable to “The Bridge Committee”, or by *BACS to Lloyds Bank, account “The Bridge Committee”, sort code 30-97-28 account number 01701310. Please remember to include your name on the BACS payment so that it can be identified on our Bank Statement.

I am sure that once any teething troubles have been sorted out, the new arrangements will provide a suitable way forward, but if you have any questions/comments/suggestions, please let us know.

Paul Weatherhogg on behalf of the editing team, and Revd Paul Beynon, Canon John Halkes, Catherine Murphy


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