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September 2014

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Tim Hill through the ages
Tim Hill says:  Nothing as like as much activity here as I would have liked but I have been trying to sell a house to someone who couldn't afford it! Fingers are still crossed in that department.

The major change to the Archive since the last Archiver has been the Beaconsfield Productions page. Bringing the major productions and one-act plays together in this way has helped us resolve many issues and this resulted in many small changes; too many to document! Please take a look at the YT @ Beaconsfield period with which you are familiar and see what you think.

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