Movies and their return to the New Royalty Cinema at the Community Centre take top billing on the front page of this autumn issue. Also, and sadly, the news that there will be no Fun Night is a disappointment for the community. We just have to keeping on looking forward and into 2021 for a return to our normal life.
River Life is the new column from Peter Osbourne of Marina Life fame. His river knowledge is guaranteed to make you smile, chuckle and laugh as he writes with his usual irreverence. Look out for his next River Life - he’s promised some great stories and they might include a mention of the Bounty and its ales.
On page 19 there’s an appeal for more stories about how to make life interesting during restrictions. Congratulations to Cores End United Reformed Church for the two featured. On the same page the first movies back in the centre are real blockbusters and not to be missed.
Bourne End Junior Sports Club’s Newsletter on page 23 announced that sports are back in practice. Their swimming section is featured and new swimmers are being sought. Great news! Their 50th anniversary celebrations have been rescheduled for 2021 and 51 years is a good number.
COVID -19 news on page 24 looks forward at what Wye Valley Volunteers and the SOS group will do to help those in need. They are there for the community and they are all very keen to keep up the good work through new regulations which change to meet a very real need.
On page 26 Jenny Stacey delights readers with stories from her years running a B&B on Hedsor Road. Seriously funny. There’s more stories from lock-down on page 32 as well as the woes of lock-down on page 33. All the regular features with a very short calendar combine to make this a good read for the autumn.
Target Magazine is published every 2 months by Bourne End (Bucks) Community Association