The Bramley Line project is alive and kicking
I AM writing in reply to last week s letter by Owen Smithers. What a pity, his fairy story wasn t checked out with the committee of the Bramley Line before going to print. First and foremost, he is an ex-member as he is the ex-membership officer. He resig
I AM writing in reply to last week's letter by Owen Smithers. What a pity, his fairy story wasn't checked out with the committee of the Bramley Line before going to print.
First and foremost, he is an ex-member as he is the ex-membership officer. He resigned and does not support the project.
It was estimated two years ago that £5,000 would be the figure for legal fees. As Mr Smithers knows only too well, because he was on the committee then, answers and track access were awaited first before paying money out, possibly for nothing.
At the time of his role of membership officer, the Bramley Line didn't even have a membership of 100 in order to even raise the money, had it been wanted then. In fact since I took over following his sudden resignation in April this year, the number of members has now increased to very close to 200.
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