Target Magazine Issues

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This issue sends loyal greetings to Her Majesty and includes stories about her Coronation in 1953. The issue includes all the regular features from two parish councils and parish councillors, to Past Times and a nostalgic look back on what life in Wooburn Green used to be like.

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Welcome to the April/May issue of Target. On page 8 the WI’s storybook bench arrives in the library and children enjoy stories and songs with actions while they sit on the bench. Now into its intended home the bench will be a firm favourite with children and their parents. On the same page Wooburn and Bourne End Parish Council offer help to anyone planning events connected with HM the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

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Welcome to the first issue of Target in the Community Association’s 60th anniversary year and on page one we are joined by a local lady who receives a British Empire Medal in the New Year’s honours list. So 2022 starts well for the Community Association and for Her Majesty the Queen’s 70th anniversary.

 

 

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Fun Night and the children’s light winner are the front page stories with Henry from St Paul’s School showing his chirpy robin design that captured the eye of the judges. All the details of Fun Night are there with free car parking, road closures for safety and a host of things to do, see and enjoy on Friday 10 December from 5pm. Not forgetting Santa and his reindeer.

 

 

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Now really into autumn with a front page celebrating an Olympic medal winner and the return of Wooburn Festival. Also the promise of a Christmas Light and maybe a Fun Night. The next issue be the last one of 2021 – seems incredible.

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Warnings on the front page should alert parents, and youngsters, to the dangers of swimming in the river. Everyone should be aware that river swimming can have consequences.

 

 

 

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Battling litter is the front page story with pictures of some keen volunteers who helped on the day. A good haul of rubbish was left for collection with promises to keep our streets clean. Many thanks to Karen Savage who spearheads the local collection of rubbish from our streets and footpaths..

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As Spring starts so your Target for the months of April and May announces more great lockdown stories, fundraising and fascinating features. It starts on page one with details of what young George did during January to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

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Exciting news about local business hits the headlines for this issue of Target. It was published as the country was in national lockdown and Target brought some much needed good news, great stories and colour into homes.

 

 

 

 

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