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Thursday 11th. July 1996!!!!. and its only 12 weeks to go to the AGM & Dinner on Saturday 5th. October 1996!

This year's dinner is being organised by Jingles, Babs & Jeff Price, please support them in their efforts as it requires much time and work to make your dinner an enjoyable experience.

Committee 1996/7:

Hon. Secretary herewith calls for nominations for election to the BEC committee, these must be in writing, and seconded by another member, and must be received by the Hon.Sec

no later than six weeks before the AGM in case an election is required.  Its' your club, why not play a part in its running and direction?

The position of Hon. Treasurer:

We have been well served over several years by Chris Smart, and unfortunately he now wants to stand down as Treasurer. Nominations are required now for this particular post, in order that the successful applicant can both run parallel to Chris now, and can go forward as a committee nomination for the post so that the clubs interests are ensured by certain election to that post.  Please indicate your interest directly to Hon. Secretary, you do not need any seconder now, as the committee will act later as such. You should be prepared to be co-opted onto the committee at an early date. Applications no later than Friday 2nd. August  1996, when a decision will be made.

1996 A.G.M:- Saturday 10.30 am. 5th. October 1996

Another famous Belfryite!

Hon. Sec.'s new found computer skills caused him to purchase the July edition of "PC Magazine┬ö, where on page 30, an article caught his eagle eye featuring Mike Cowlishaw (No: 827 [1974]).  "A real challenge to Visual Basics' reputation as the universal programming language is to emerge from the unlikely source of IBM's Hursley Park research centre, following a Java-based breakthrough by IBM Fellow Mike Cowlishaw .... etc.etc".  Well done Mike, whatever this all means!

Priddy Green S(T)ink.

Congratulations to Jay-rat, Rich Blake, Ivan, and all .. now perhaps a sweeter digging site can be found, and the Hunters will be a fresher place!  Members should be justly proud of the efforts of the diggers in making, .. or should it be quarrying?. the long awaited connection into Swildons

Charterhouse Caves.

Remember you must have a valid permit to access these systems, all the old type are out of date, and you must comply with the access agreements.  Free to paid-up members, invalid if not!

Regards to you all, time to clear the table,

Nigel T.