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An Apology (13th March
It has recently
become apparent that the previous messaging
system used by this website has ceased to work
over recent months. Visitors to the site who
have attempted to contact us during this
period will have received an automated
response but nothing else. Original messages
have disappeared before reaching the Webmaster
and so no reply will have been forthcoming.
Webmaster is very sorry indeed for this - both
for the apparent discourtesy and also for the
loss of contact with visitors to the site who
have been generous enough to provide comment
and information. If contributors feel
able to repeat their messages, this would be
greatly appreciated. Please use the
above email method.
Thanks and sorry!
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