Saturday, 16 June 2012

A letter to the Editor?





The Friends of Fairlynch Museum's Summer 2012 newsletter has been printed and is about to be  distributed to Friends.

We are aiming to make the newsletter a bit longer than it has been in the past, and we would appreciate your help in this matter.

We'd love to hear from you. If you are a Friend of Fairlynch Museum a letter, or even an article, about your particular involvement in a club or society would be welcome.  We would be happy to promote your good cause on your behalf.  

A letter to the Editor about ideas for future events at the Museum would be particularly welcome.  It's been suggested recently that in six years' time Fairlynch should be marking the 400th anniversary of the execution of Sir Walter Raleigh. That really is thinking ahead.

You may have visited another museum where you saw something that you think Fairlynch should be doing.  

Or it may be that you would like to write a letter about a particular issue affecting the town because such an issue is regularly featured in the folders in our Local History Room. Such as - dare we mention it? - planning applications!  

Please get in touch. An email to the Editor (mr.downes@gmail.com) would be fine. So would a letter posted to Fairlynch Museum at 27 Fore Street, Budleigh Salterton, EX9 6NP. Please give your name and address. We will respect your right to anonymity where appropriate.

Your letter or article could be published both in our newsletter and on the Museum's website.

All contributions are welcome, including those from non-Friends of Fairlynch who simply take an interest in Budleigh Salterton affairs.  
This post also appears at http://www.devonmuseums.net/A-letter-to-the-Editor/Latest-News/Fairlynch-Museum/Museum-News/

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