A couple of monthly magazines I get have recently started using biodegradable bags
Up until the recent "spat" I had no real interest in L7C politics, why should I ... living in north Scotland my main club benefit is the excellent LF magazine and access to the website. Any L7C activities up here we organise ourselves and I think they are attended by more none members than members but it is nevertheless most enjoyable.
What did surprise me was that the agendas and minutes of meetings are not made available to members ... not even AGM agendas and minutes when annual accounts could be published. It would not cost anything, just a pdf file in a members only section of the website. I think I read somewhere in all the previous postings that AR's have sight of minutes and agendas so why not all members?
Hi David what part of Scotland are you were up there again this year for fifth year in a row great place , did NC run both directions ,first two years now go up to pitlocry for couple days the up Lairg and back down west coast ,
bet weather bit rough up ,there now
Martin B - and Delicious magazine has switched from a biodegradable bag (which made sense as most people will have food waste) to a (I guess recycled) paper envelope now. Back to the old days / ways.
The interactive pdfs of Low Flying that we're sent out were a good idea, but never took off... perhaps a little ahead of their time nearly 20 years ago! I'm still on the monthly subscribers list for the plain pdf version though.
O/T Derek, I am in Aberdeenshire where we have actually had a good winter and even now managing to just about escape the snow not far away to the west.. Most folk that head north tend to stick to the middle of Scotland or west coast and Highlands and rarely venture east of the A9 except to take the A939 old military road to Braemar continuing to Tomintoul. There is a new route being publicised called North East 250 but locally we are not convinced about parts of the route and would certainly not go anywhere near Aberdeen. Not as spectacular as the NC500 but certainly a contrasting interest. Personally, I would have included The Last Bus Cafe at New Pitsligo, a really quirky vegan cafe.