Swannanoa School turns 150 years old in 2021! To commemorate this important milestone, there will be a range of activities and celebrations leading up to Labour weekend. The main celebration, reunion and event will be Saturday 23rd October. Details are being planned now - so save the dates, spread the word to all past and present connections, and keep a look out for more details. Click the link to the fb event. fb.me...
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From columnist Mike Yardley: Understandably, bank branch closures are one of the biggest casualties of the digital age. Ongoing rationalisation of bricks and mortar branches is inevitable, but it’s debatable whether retail banks have struck the right balance between expediting the digital drive, and sustaining solid customer service.
Do they really give full consideration to the adverse impacts on communities from branch closures, the reputational damage from obliterating their physical presence, or their wider obligations as good corporate citizens?
Read Mike's full column here.
They had a vision for their property, but they also had three floods in 20 years. That didn't stop them pursuing the garden of their dreams though.