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n behalf of the committee I would like to wish everybody a happy New Year.


In the February edition I would like to go over


the happenings in 2011 and what has been achieved by your residents‘ association, but back to the present. We have had a letter from Shaun Beard (the


bottle top fellow), who due to unforeseen circum- stances will not be able to collect any more bottle tops. Shaun and his family have been collecting bottle tops with the aim of selling them on to recycling firms and giving the money to Great Ormond Street Children‘s Hospital. However, he thanks everyone for their support. Since our fun day we have still got a meerkat


doll waiting to be collected from our estate office. It‘s getting very lonely. We had our meeting on Thursday, December 8,


in the Baptist Hall. Although the weather was terrible we had a very good turn out. Three Riv- ers was supported by Chris Whately-Smith, Wat- ford Trust had Diane Lee there and there was David Smith from Northcott House having an


Local Jo Fulleylove with some of the collected bottletops.


input into the meeting. The phone masts were talked about and the


view was that this problem has not gone away. Most of the other queries that were brought up are being taken care of. The new path in front of Butterscotch Row has


now been repaired. The police were invited to the meeting but we were told that none were availa- ble to attend. To contact the Hillside Residents‘ Association call 01923 261 734 or email hillside.residents@btinternet.com.


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