Sixty volumes is the celebration for 2024 with special features planned for the year. On the front page Target reproduces the message from Volume 1 Issue 1 as the community magazine has grown in size but has the same message.
Sixty volumes is the celebration for 2024 with special features planned for the year. On the front page Target reproduces the message from Volume 1 Issue 1 as the community magazine has grown in size but has the same message. Also on the front page are details of a gift for the wonderful band of people who get Target into local homes six times a year.
On page four you’ll find a plea for help as the team of people who get the magazine out has diminished and more hands are needed. Please consider if you could help as it is just six times a year. Stella Gwilliam is remembered on page six for her marathon running, love of local footpaths and wonderfully happy disposition. She will be missed.
There’s a tribute to Dave Gibson on page seven as local people remember his willingness to do anything, with a smile. The Community Association has a tribute on their pages for the wonderful contribution he made to keeping the building going over many years. Later in the issue there’s also news that Jean Peasley had died with a tribute in a future issue.
Blyton House features on page eight with news of their bingo sessions and weekly art classes. While on page ten there’s news of a special 60 feature with a Target hero and the money raised for the magazine. Then on page 11 Peter Smith and his models of Royal carriages make it big across the pond with a nine page feature in an American magazine.
Topsy Turvy paintings featuring familiar views can be found on page 15 along with the very smiley artist who paints them. Community Centre events follow on the next three pages followed by sports club news. At the start of 2024 there’s plenty happening in our community.
Fitness features on page 22 as we meet Ben who will be answering questions during the year. Then pictures galore from festive events can be found on pages 26 and 27. News on page 28 about the return of familiar musicians in the Shadows tradition and the first of their regular shows in the May Woollerton Hall.
Market news is on age 31 with happy pictures from January then Past Times talks about the early days of Target advertising when pen and paper were necessary to get your message across. River Life returns on page 33 and it’s great to have you back Peter. There’s all the regular features in this first issue of Volume 60 of Target.
Target Magazine is published every 2 months by Bourne End (Bucks) Community Association.