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[Contents before 1999 still to be compiled]   Next page: issues 125 +

1999 February   Newsletter 90

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 90.1   symbol to click

A summary of the autumn lectures (& time for a new pun) … … 90.2

St Patrick’s Somerset birthplace (Harry Jelley) Adrian Pearse   symbol to click

Mike Mathias and the Tor Jan Morland   symbol to click

Stanton Drew circles and the north Somerset coast (Vince Russet) Adrian Pearse   symbol to click

The Somerset Building Preservation Trust (Russell Lillford) John Brunsdon   symbol to click

Notes from early minutes to commemorate John’s 25 years in the chair … … 90.4   symbol to click

1000 trees for Tree Week Ian Rands … … 90.3   symbol to click

The 1998 AGM: Expand to 10 miles? Trees in Newtown area? … … 90.1   symbol to click

Lecture dates for winter (Mondays at 7:30pm) … … 90.1

Hartlake cycle bridge is re-cycled Jim Nagel … … 90.3   symbol to click

1999 April   Newsletter 91

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 91.1

A summary of the spring lectures … … 91.2

Last lectures—dates for the diary both at 7:30pm … … 91.2

Trees report for winter 1998–99: total reaches 25,000 Ian Rands … … 91.3   symbol to click

Willows on the Brue Martin Blake

Mendip District Environment Forum Ian Rands … … 91.3

Norbins Road redbrick centenary JN … … 91.1   symbol to click

Walks Martin Blake … … 91.3

By bike to the Avalon Marshes: wetlands for wildlife … … 91.4   symbol to click

Pedal through the peat moors Matt Crisp … … 91.1   symbol to click

Bawdrip bike link instantly popular … … 91.3   symbol to click

1999 July–August   Newsletter 92

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 92.1

Restoration work on St John’s porch JRB … … 92.1   symbol to click

Red bricks start a second century: Norbins Road JN … … 92.1   symbol to click

Mendip weekend … … 92.1

Victoria History becomes extra-complicated at Glastonbury Susan Rands … … 92.2   symbol to click

Next lecture series—dates for the diary … … 92.2

Summer job: tree maintenance Ian Rands … … 92.3

One supermarket or another: use Jack Hepworth’s design 40 years ago Stephanie Morland … … 92.3   symbol to click

Mendip Environment Forum Ian Rands … … 92.3

Memories of childhood in Somers Square David Orchard … … 92.3

Glastonbury Transport Strategy: encourage walking and cycling … … 92.4   symbol to click

1999 October   Newsletter 93

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 93.1   symbol to click

Glastonbury in Bloom; town traffic study; litter bins; drought then deluge; Tor overgrown

Glastonbury in Bloom 1999 Jan Morland … … 93.1

1999 AGM : Wednesday, October 20 … … 93.1

Winter lecture series—dates for the diary … … 93.2

Antiquarian Society and the new library … … 93.2   symbol to click

Traffic proposals get broad approval from public survey Jim Nagel … … 93.3   symbol to click

Repairing your house … … 93.3

The Assembly Rooms 1864–1999 Bruce Garrard … … 93.4   symbol to click

2000AD February   Newsletter 94

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 94.1   symbol to click

Millennium projects: kissing-gate, town trail, Holy Thorn at St Ben’s

The Tribunal; more Morlands delay; new system for council meetings

Tree schemes; footpath coordinator needed

The AGM: Same tree radius and a new secretary … … 94.1, 3   symbol to click

Talks and slides for winter evenings … … 94.2

Tor entrances, footpaths and pointing to be tackled Jan Morland … … 94.2   symbol to click

Continental conservation Ian Rands … … 94.3   symbol to click

Mendip mines were main source of lead in the Roman empire (talk by Martin Oliver) JB … … 94.3   symbol to click

Coombe House: then and now ... … … 94.4   symbol to click

Wick Farm wins Bellamy silver for conservation … … 94.4   symbol to click

2000AD April–May   Newsletter 95

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 95.1   symbol to click

Pedestrian priority in the High Street; kissing gate; Arthurian visitor centre; blocked footpaths

St Margaret’s Leper Hospital in Taunton

Big plan to digitize Somerset’s past Jim Nagel … … 95.1   symbol to click

The Dod Lane kissing-gate Ian Rands … … 95.1   symbol to click

Dates for walks—and the garden … … 95.2

The winter lectures: cathedral and abbey, railways and dinosaurs … … 95.2

Tribute to Sheena Rees, healer of injured birds John Brunsdon … … 95.3   symbol to click

In brief … … 95.3

The High Street 60 years ago Eric King (1 of 4) … … 95.4   symbol to click

2000AD July–August   Newsletter 96

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 96.1

Longest ride on the longest day … … 96.1   symbol to click

Dates for walks—and the garden … … 96.2

Restoring Melrose … … 96.2   symbol to click

Our new garage — to befit a listed house in Bovetown Derek Hankins … … 96.2   symbol to click

Tree exhibit at Bath&West Show Ian Rands … … 96.3   symbol to click

Loxley Wood purchased for public … … 96.3   symbol to click

Evening walk: alternative Glastonbury JB … … 96.3

The High Street 60 years ago Eric King (2 of 4) … … 96.4   symbol to click

2000AD October   Newsletter 97

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 97.1

Glastonbury in Bloom: three times in five years Alan Gloak … … 97.1

Gordon Browning … … 97.1

AGM 2000 … … 97.1

Talks and a walk for autumn and winter … … 97.2

26,395 trees Ian Rands … … 97.2

Orchards in the 18th and 19th centuries … … 97.2

Trench reveals a previously forgotten Abbey chapel Warwick Rodwell … … 97.3

Paint the town pink—or blue—or green—or even mauve … … 97.4

The High Street 60 years ago Eric King (3 of 4) … … 97.4   symbol to click

2001AD January–February   Newsletter 98

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 98.1

Works at Glastonbury Abbey … … 98.4

A twin for our Abbey? Peter Speke … … 98.4

Glastonbury’s geological history Adrian Pearse … … 98.2

English Nature—and butterflies—reward Geoff Brunt’s dedication … … 98.3

AGM 2000: Ancient and modern in Glastonbury’s new library … … 98.1

27,000th tree planted in December Ian Rands … … 98.2

Friend of the Glastonbury romancer … … 98.2

Reminiscences … … 98.3

Raising £250,000 for the Tor … … 98.3

Continental conservation: Caen Ian Rands … … 98.4

2001 May–June   Newsletter 99

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 99.1

Looking after orchards Ian Rands … … 99.3

Tannery ruins at last in public hands JN … … 99.1

Morland milestone … … 99.2

Dates for summer evenings … … 99.2

Book tells colourful story of our 19th-century canal JB … … 99.2

A taste of cider’s history Adrian Pearse … … 99.2

Pilgrim monk returns to Abbey entrance as a sculpture … … 99.3

The High Street 60 years ago Eric King (4 of 4) … … 99.4   symbol to click

2001 August–September (6 pages)   Newsletter 100

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 100.1–2   symbol to click

Farewell to Rileys and the vicarage JB, JN … … 100.1   symbol to click

Dennis and Ena Allen retire … … 100.1   symbol to click

Dates for the diary … … 100.2

New footpath coordinator … … 100.2

School display needs help … … 100.2

A fine kettle of fish … … 100.2   symbol to click

Trees — remembering Ian Rands … … 100.3   symbol to click

Trees walk October 21 … … 100.3   symbol to click

1854: triumphant opening of the Somerset Central Railway … … 100.4   symbol to click

History and list of the society’s achievements 1971–1988 reprinted from newsletter 50 (dated 1988) … … 100.5

... and a summary of the last 50 newsletters … … 100.6   symbol to click

New proprietor of Crown Hotel, which the society was founded to save, joins us … … 100.6   symbol to click

2001 November   Newsletter 101

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 101.1

A trip to the Palace John Brunsdon MBE … … 101.4   symbol to click

Two Fridays, one Tuesday for diaries … … 101.2

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 101.1

Wheelchair-friendly bridge planned for Abbey ruins JB … … 101.3

Care for trees wins grant from Community Chest … … 101.1

Walk for Woodland … … 101.1

AGM … … 101.1

Two members who will be missed … … 101.2

Lunch at Middle Wick Farm Ian Rands … … 101.2

National Trust warden retires JB … … 101.4

Exhibits spur groups to go for grants Dennis Allen … … 101.3

Those bloomin’ winners Alan Gloak … … 101.2

Conservation counterpart Jim Nagel … … 101.4

2002 January   Newsletter 102

Market Place “redecoration” … … 102.1   symbol to click

Chairman’s report to AGM 2001 John Brunsdon … … 102.1

Annual meeting represents 165 members … … 102.1

Death of Cecil Hamilton-Miller … … 102.2   symbol to click

A walk on frozen Splotts Moor John Brunsdon … … 102.2

Our speakers — do come and hear them … … 102.2

Tor fund gets boost … … 102.2

The role of Mendip’s conservation team … … 102.2

A tale of twins in the forest Ian Rands … … 102.3   symbol to click

Saplings from Beechbarrow thrive at Sunnyside Cathie and Alardus van den Bosch … … 102.3   symbol to click

Rare black poplars set free to grow JB, JN … … 102.3   symbol to click

Continental conservation: Bonaparte’s battlesites … … Major Ian Rands … … 102.4

Victorian department store gutted; police suspect arson Jim Nagel … … 102.4   symbol to click

2002 April   Newsletter 103

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 103.1

Small bits: Edible plates … … 103.1

Planting a thousand imaginative trees Ian Rands … … 103.3

Dates for the spring and summer diary … … 103.2

Letter written while lorries thunder by … … 103.4

Farewell to Jean Lester … … 103.4

A summary of the winter meetings … … 103.2

Harry Collyer, 92 … … 103.4

Glastonbury gets Pride of Place on brochure … … 103.4

Razing of Morlands ruins to start at last, but Hepworth “gallery” will survive Jim Nagel … … 103.1

2002 July   Newsletter 104

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 104.1

Fiesta celebrates restored Roman statue on Mendips … … 104.1

Morlands workers invited back to plan action at tannery … … 104.1

A visit to the secret Chalice garden JB … … 104.2

Best-value review and public rights of way JB … … 104.2

Medieval farm at East Street JB … … 104.2

Dates for the summer diary … … 104.2

At the Bath and West Show Ian Rands … … 104.3

Keeping an eye on planning applications JN … … 104.4

Gallows Clump on Pennard Hill Adrian Pearse … … 104.4

1 car = 15 trees … … 104.4

A walk from Bristol … … 104.4

2002 October–November   Newsletter 105

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 105.1

Letters … … 105.2

Dates for the diary … … 105.2

400 come to see plan for Morlands … … 105.1

Auditors give Mendip a ‘one star’ rating … … 105.2

Revels round Romulus and Remus … … 105.3

A Saturday afternoon tour with the stalwart tree-planters John Morland … … 105.3

Half a century in Glastonbury John Brunsdon … … 105.4

2003 January   Newsletter 106

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 106.1

Winter talks so far … … 106.2

Dates for the 2003 diary … … 106.2

Then and now Neill Bonham, Jim Nagel … … 106.4

Abbey tree lives on … … 106.3

Sticklinch hayfield turns into a haven for wildlife Keith and Josie Matthews … … 106.3

Seeds from the single tree that survived ghastly 1916 battle Ian Rands … … 106.3

AGM on January 24 … … 106.1

Call for visual plans … … 106.1

Tree troops top 2002 with 30,000th tree Ian Rands … … 106.1

East Street Farm restorations John Brunsdon … … 106.2

2003 April–May   Newsletter 107

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 107.1

Northload Street open spaces being loaded with housing Jim Nagel … … 107.1

Tor stonework … … 107.1

Repairs will take all summer … … 107.1

Summary of the winter talks … … 107.2

Dates for the diary … … 107.2

Mendip has four staff for conservation … … 107.3

Thanks for tree contributions Ian Rands … … 107.3

Proceedings of the annual general meeting for 2002 Janet Morland … … 107.3   symbol to click

Jack Hepworth: artist, architect, beekeeper, founder member JB, JN … … 107.4   symbol to click

Southwest prospect then and now Jim Nagel … … 107.4

2003 August   Newsletter 108

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 108.1

Earliest pictures of Abbey discovered by art dealer in Cheshire … … 108.1   symbol to click

Eyesore begins to vanish … … 108.1

BBC researcher illuminates John Cannon’s Glastonbury Adrian Pearse … … 108.2   symbol to click

Excerpts from the Cannon memoirs … … 108.3

Dates for the diary … … 108.2

Summer attractions at the Abbey Barn … … 108.2

Hidden history of Roman Catholicism in Glastonbury over the past 400 years … … 108.3   symbol to click

A grand planting year by the tree troops: we reach 32,696 Ian Rands … … 108.4

Ernest John Claude Bromfield, 1916–2003 … … 108.4

2003 October   Newsletter 109

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 109.1

Our man in Basra … … 109.1

Dates for the diary … … 109.2

Tree report: The joining of the rows at Wick Ian Rands … … 109.3

Brief summaries of the autumn meetings … … 109.2

Rest in peace: Beryl Jones, Anne Shells JB, JN … … 109.3

Tree-planters take a turn at Tor­climbing Adrian Pearse … … 109.4

2004 January–February   Newsletter 110

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 110.1

A fresh embrace for the Betrothal Couple … … 110.1

Inspector approves 7 houses at The Hollies, Bove Town … … 110.1–3   symbol to click

Dates for the diary … … 110.2

John Cannon and the church (a talk by Prof. John Money) Adrian Pearse … … 110.2   symbol to click

Death of Barbara Harland, Lady of the Manor JB … … 110.2

Eric King … … 110.2

Horde of the wings: the starlings moot at Westhay Gillian Booth … … 110.3

The winter birds of Summerlands Freda Williams … … 110.3

Alice Buckton’s silent 1922 film comes to local screen again Jim Nagel … … 110.4

2004 April–May   Newsletter 111

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 111.1

David Colman (trees) moves; Hollies refurbishment, Dr Pinniger; Bushy Coombe path

Climate change in the Southwest Adrian Pearse … … 111.2

Conserving the landscape Terry Carmen … … 111.2

Ancient woodland Adrian Pearse … … 111.2

A nature reserve: New chapter opens for Bushy Coombe Anand Rory Weightman … … 111.4   symbol to click

11th-century pit found at school site: is this where St John’s bells were cast? Brian Mountjoy … … 111.1

Total of 33,374 trees planted Ian Rands … … 111.3

Tree donations … … 111.3

June 19 tour of environmental centre … … 111.1

Dates for the diary … … 111.2

Summary of the winter talks: climate, landscape and woodland … … 111.2

Peace in the Abbey … … 111.3

Town’s 300th year … … 111.3

Footpath upgrades … … 111.3

Chalice Well honours Alice Buckton Tracy Cutting, JN … … 111.3

2004 August   Newsletter 112

Glastonbury’s biggest dairy farm gives up: so where do we get our milk? Jim Nagel … … 112.1

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 112.1

Dates for the diary … … 112.2

Waste and regeneration at Dimmer Terry Carmen … … 112.2

County lobbies government over EU’s Single Farm Payments for orchards … … 112.3

John Phillips: a tribute Dennis Allen … … 112.2

John Vigurs Ian Rands … … 112.2

A remarkable recycling Ian Rands … … 112.3

Salvage, waste and landfill … … 112.3

Nominate for an award? … … 112.3

Orchards on show at Bath & West Ian Rands … … 112.3

Gypsy family on site below Tor reapplies after losing appeal JN … … … … 112.4

2004 October   Newsletter 113

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 113.1   symbol to click

Bushy Coombe; the Tor; the Abbey; Morlands; Wearyall Hill; Glastonbury’s 300 years

Green burials at cemetery extension, a fine view too … … 113.1   symbol to click

Edgarley herd sold … … 113.1   symbol to click

Dates for the diary … … 113.2

Ah, those walks and talks of summer … … 113.2

An August walk Terry Carmen   symbol to click

Local distinctiveness (Richard Raynsford) Adrian Pearse   symbol to click

A third brood of small tortoiseshells? JB … … 113.3   symbol to click

A tribute to Tom Todd and his trees Ian Rands … … 113.3

Satellite system to help maintain footpaths … … 113.3   symbol to click

Global warming: what is a reliable gauge? Steve Reed … … 113.4   symbol to click

A puzzle: Where was the Swan Inn? … … 113.4   symbol to click

2005 February   Newsletter 114

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 114.1

Glass bridge over the Abbey crypt … … 114.1

Carymoor tree-planters need you Terry Carmen … … 114.1

Dates for the diary … … 114.2

Talks: Ancient well, doctoral dissertation on Bligh Bond, and lost Wells … … 114.2

January farewell for two members: Maureen Luckes, Douglas Smith … … 114.3

Was this the mysterious Swan Inn? … … 114.3

Newsletter index on the net … … 114.3

The 2004 AGM … … 114.4

2005 May (6 pages)   Newsletter 115

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 115.1

Methodist church gets an interior refurbishment Martyn Webb … … 115.1   symbol to click

Dates for the spring and summer diary … … 115.2

Tercentenary talk: Why a mayor for Glastonbury? (summary of address by Robert Dunning) Adrian Pearse … … 115.2   symbol to click

Full text: Why a mayor for Glastonbury? Robert Dunning … … [website only]   symbol to click

Photos at Tercentenary event in town hall, hosted by Conservation Society Jim Nagel … … [website only]   symbol to click

Footpath help Alan Fear … … 115.3

Scaffolding at Market Cross (photo JN) … … 115.3

Tree report: 33,745 and counting Ian Rands … … 115.3   symbol to click

Newsletter index on the net … … 115.3

Memories of childhood in Somers Square David Orchard … … 115.4   symbol to click

Labyrinth goes back to the starting point … … 115.5   symbol to click

Abbey work taking longer than thought … … 115.5

Ultra-green plant to bottle dowsed water JN … … 115.5   symbol to click

Local food delivered … … 115.5

Infilling of Northload Street intensifies JN … … 115.6

Rhyneland estate to have 200 houses JN … … 115.6

Six houses by Holy Thorn in Roman Way (photos) … … 115.6

Road work soon to start at Morlands … … 115.6

1,300 Bauhaus panes down to zero (photo JN) … … 115.6

2005 August–September   Newsletter 116

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 116.1

Food for thought as petrol nudges £1/litre … … 116.1

A view from when peacetime was new JN … … 116.1

Living Streets roots for walkers Nick Harrison … … 116.2

Trees: only one bough survives of Gog and Magog Ian Rands … … 116.3   symbol to click

Dates for the autumn diary … … 116.2

Trip to Portsmouth … … 116.2

New blood at Street Society … … 116.2

Manning the Bath and West Show Ian Rands … … 116.2

Kestrel Wood in spring Jennifer White … … 116.3

One vice-chairman, seven otters … … 116.3

Litterhawk sweep-wash-suck streetcleaning machine … … 116.3

Glastonbury’s war effort, 1939–45, that’s all … … 116.4   symbol to click

2005 November–December   Newsletter 117

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 117.1   symbol to click

Dr Pinnigar’s house (The Hollies, Bovetown)

Glastonbury to become a World Heritage Site? Discuss at Friday’s AGM … … 117.1   symbol to click

Assuring the future at the Abbey Vicky Dawson … … 117.1   symbol to click

Our monthly talks in crisis Terry Carmen … … 117.1

Talks in summary: a transformed tip, and local food to your door … … 117.2

A visit to wildlife in winter Terry Carmen … … 117.2

Dates for the autumn and winter diary … … 117.2

Blocked pipe asphyxiated fish JB … … 117.3

Second-brood butterfly spotted on Tor is another sign of changing climate John Brunsdon … … 117.3

Mendip in Bloom … … 117.3

Bove Town dig confirms prehistoric human settlement in Glastonbury … … 117.4   symbol to click

2006 spring   Newsletter 118

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 118.1

Unanimous yes for World Heritage idea at AGM; and county council now backs it JN … … 118.1

Glastonbury’s potential as a World Heritage Site … … 118.4

Saturday walks and a date for the diary … … 118.2

Talks in summary: revel in Butleigh, tower on Tor, absent birds, an 1896 holiday, visit to bird reserve, long-gone trains … … 118.2–3

Undoing 60 years of hedge-grubbing Ian Rands … … 118.3

Accounts for 2005 Dennis Allen … … 118.3

My father Dr Pinniger (letter to the editor) Mary Needell … … 118.3   symbol to click

Cross and Crown (photo Linda Robertson) … … 118.1

2006 June   Newsletter 119

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon … … 119.1   symbol to click

Heritage buildings saved at Morlands will affect style of new build Ian Tucker, chairman of BIRT … … 119.1   symbol to click

Saturday walk and a date in the garden … … 119.2

Talks in summary: tracing sculptures from the Abbey and terminated trains to Burnham … … 119.2–3

The dazzling glory of trees in bloom — 37,500 planted so far Ian Rands … … 119.3   symbol to click

Best wishes to Ian Rands — he’ll be a hard act to follow John Brunsdon … … 119.3   symbol to click

World Heritage Site is about conservation, before tourism or economic growth … … 119.4   symbol to click

Bulldozers busy at old tanyards; shop is next to go … … 119.4   symbol to click

Kiwi pioneers kept Glastonbury time … … 119.4   symbol to click

Train youngsters for Abbey chapel refurb? … … 119.4

2006 September   Newsletter 120

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon:   symbol to click

Ian Rands, MBE; Bushy Coombe; Winter talks; Garden delight; Artsweek … … 120.1

County unveils World Heritage idea AW, NB … … 120.1

Sunday outing for family of swans Jim Nagel … … 120.1   symbol to click

St Hugh and his swan

Autumn and winter dates for the diary … … 120.2

New tenant for Lake Village Nancy Hollinrake … … 120.2

New Doulting stone at St John’s … … 120.2

Woollan the local clockmaker Matthew Willis … … 120.3   symbol to click

Trees—21 years on Ian Rands … … 120.3   symbol to click

Trees walk JB … … 120.3

Old Morlands plans still exist … … 120.3   symbol to click

Rare finds on the internet auction — and in the Town Hall Adrian Pearse … … 120.4   symbol to click

Spotlight shines on Shepton Mallet Jim Nagel … … 120.2

‘Then and now’ at the Abbey JN … … 120.4

Gallery 8 opens in Market Place … … 120.4   symbol to click

2006 December   Newsletter 121

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon: MBE presented to Ian Rands; report to AGM … … 121.1   symbol to click

Christmas shop windows by night … … 121.1

NEWS: High-profile national developers take on Morland enterprise JB … … 121.1   symbol to click

Talks in summary Adrian Pearse

End of the Somerset&Dorset railway line on John Coles’s film   symbol to click

Green men decoded (talk by Richard Raynsford)   symbol to click

Chilton Priory; the Chilkwell Street fragment (talk by Tim Hopkinson-Ball)   symbol to click

Cathedral development project JB … … 121.2   symbol to click

Puzzle pictures Stephanie Morland … … 121.3

Glastonbury submerges in Levels for World Heritage bid Anthony Ward … … 121.3   symbol to click

Dates for your new 2007 diary … … 121.4

Officers for 2007 … … 121.4

A trainload arrives for the 2006 annual meeting … … 121.4   symbol to click

Accounts for year ending July 31 Dennis Allen … … 121.4

2007 May (double issue)   Newsletter 122

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon:

Green Fair

Local plan till 2027

Eco track

Abbey centenary: people behind 1907 auction come to life … … 122.1

Hardware shop has new owner JN … … 122.1   symbol to click

Town’s oldest business: the Miller dynasty had iron in the blood Jim Nagel … … 122.2   symbol to click

Wash where you walk—Look! Colour! JN … … 122.3   symbol to click

It’s a treat to put your feet on the street … … 122.3   symbol to click

Plastic at last to be collected … … 122.3

Picture puzzle: new buildings … … 122.3

Anti-motor mystery: scroll falls from behind Chilkwell books; … 122.3   symbol to click

The Abbey 1907–2007 … … 122.4

Take a fresh look through a lens: … … 122.4

Vote for the Abbey: … … 122.4

Lacey snowdrops: … … 122.4

Abbey House ancestor (Letter to the editor) … … 122.4

Abbey: assuring the future (a talk to the Antiquarian Society) Vicky Dawson … … 122.4

Centenary celebrations … … 122.5

Grant will help toward publishing Abbey’s archives … … 122.5

TALKS:

Glastonbury since the destruction of the Abbey … … 122.6

Chalice Well evening tour … … 122.6

Saturday strolls all begin on B … … 122.6

20 years of restoration on the East Poldens Geoff Brunt … … 122.7

John Brunsdon’s 55 years in Glastonbury … … 122.7

Death of Vic Jones John Brunsdon … … 122.7   symbol to click

Hugs are possible again in Market Place (the Betrothal Couple carving) … … 122.7   symbol to click

Norwood Park in the 21st century Jo Fryer, of Town & Country Planning Practice Ltd, Littleton … … 122.8

2007 July   Newsletter 123

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon: the Gauntlet; scarlet tiger moths … … 123.1

The Gauntlet opens (photos) … … 123.1

Open evening at Coombe House gardens … … 123.1

Chasing the noble chafer Ian Rands, Terry Carmen … … 123.2   symbol to click

Chalice Well tour Alan Fear … … 123.2

Indoor barbecue, in Tudor style … … 123.2

Walks and talks for the diary … … 123.2

Long list of summer events at Abbey Barn … … 123.2

How big is your ecofootprint? Anthony Ward … … 123.3

Tree report for 2006–07 Alan Fear … … 123.3

Every Action Counts, doesn’t it? … … 123.3

Transition town: what will we do when the oil runs out? Ian Rands … … 123.3

Furnishings for a bride Adrian Pearse … … 123.4

Northover Mill seeks community use … … 123.4   symbol to click

Mendip environment forum Ian Rands … … 123.3

Convent re-conversion to grandeur Jim Nagel … … 123.4   symbol to click

Morlands traffic lights JN … … 123.4

2007 November   Newsletter 124

Chairman’s notes John Brunsdon:   symbol to click

House martins

Glastonbury Spring Water visit

The Tanneries, Abbot’s mill … … 124.1

Change in the churches, old and new Jim Nagel … … 124.1   symbol to click

It’s happened before … … 124.1

Summer outings and talks:

Butterfly walk Richard Montagu … … 124.2   symbol to click

Carymoor visit Debbie Fear … … 124.2   symbol to click

The relics of Abbot Whiting Adrian Pearse … … 124.3   symbol to click

Glastonbury Spring Water … … 124.3

Modern architects 60 years on Stephanie Morland … … 124.3   symbol to click

Civic Trust fights loss of local voice … … 124.4

Magdalene almshouses go to church JN … … 124.4   symbol to click

Abbey and Abbey Barn in brief … … 124.4

Young energy rallies for the building of Bridgwater, including ancient mill Bernice Lashbrook … … 124.4   symbol to click


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