Newsletters

Our newsletter is published periodically and  is available here to either view on-line or for download to your PC for viewing from there or printing in total or in part. A limited number of printed copies will be available at meetings for members with no internet access.

Issue 93 – December 2019

Issue 92 – September 2019
Issue 91 – June 2019
Issue 90 – March 2019
Issue 89 – December 2018
Issue 88 – September 2018
Issue 87 – June 2018
Issue 86 – March 2018
Issue 85 – December 2017
Issue 84 – September 2017
Issue 83 – June 2017
Issue 82 – March 2017
Issue 81 – December 2016
Issue 80 – September 2016
Issue 79 – June 2016
Issue 78 – March 2016
Issue 77 – December 2015
Issue 76 – September 2015
Issue 75 – June 2015
Issue 74 – March 2015
Issue 73 – December 2014
Issue 72 – September 2014
Issue 71 – June 2014
Issue 70 – February 2014
Issue 69 – December 2013
Issue 68 – September 2013
Issue 67 – June 2013
Issue 66 – Spring 2013
Issue 65 – December 2012
Issue 64 – Autumn 2012
Issue 63 – Summer 2012
Issue 62 – Spring 2012
Issue 61 – Winter 2011
Issue 60 – Autumn 2011
Issue 59 – Summer 2011
Issue 58 – Spring 2011
Issue 57 – Winter 2010
Issue 56 – Autumn 2010
Issue 55 – Summer 2010
Issue 54 – Spring 2010
Issue 53 – Winter 2009

Viewing PDF’s on-screen – whether this newsletter or from any other source – can be awkward if the pages over-fill the screen or are too small to read but you can change this while you view by setting more appropriate values in the viewer. The image below shows the top part of the PDF viewer where you can change this and also print the PDF on your own printer or download it to your PC/Mac:

  • The first two icons respectively start a printout or save.
  • The blue arrows allow you to move quickly through the viewing of the document (as well as the scroll bars)
  • The blue + and minus buttons and/or the %age figure allow you to change the size of the image on the screen to allow easy reading. (I have set this to 98.4% which ‘should’ be the best for your screen, but try changing it to improve the view.