So long Ian
Our thanks go to Ian Clifford, who recently left the Messenger management committee and editorial team to voyage around the world to Nepal, where he will be teaching English.
Ian has been involved in the Messenger for close to 10 years. His contributions will be sorely missed, not least because he always had the best gossip.
We’re all secretly hoping he gets bored and makes his way back to Burngreave!
Burngreave Messenger AGM and 10 year celebration!
24th October 2009. 11am-1pm at Burngreave Vestry Hall
Join us as we look back at all the great work our volunteers have done in the last ten years.
At 1pm we’ll have a celebratory lunch, alongside members of Burngreave Community Action Forum and their quarterly meeting.
Copy deadline: 11th November 2009
Published: 28th November 2009
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This month’s team
Ian Clifford, Michelle Cook, Saleema Imam, Rohan Francis, Douglas Johnson, Jamie Marriott, John Mellor, Cameron Raphael-Storm, Lisa Swift.
This month’s website volunteers
Special thanks to the volunteers who helped put the October 2009 issue online: Kate Atkinson, Chris Blythe, Saleema Imam, Douglas Johnson, John Mellor, Derrick Okrah and Cameron Raphael-Storm.