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Senscot Bulletin
31st January 2003

Senscot Bulletin 31-01-2003

SENSCOT MEMBERS' BULLETIN No. 163, FRIDAY 31st JANUARY 2003 Dear Members and friends, An accountant friend from the west has introduced me to one of his clients: 'He's turned 70 - he made his pile - …
Senscot Bulletin
24th January 2003

Senscot Bulletin 24-01-2003

SENSCOT MEMBERS' BULLETIN No. 162, FRIDAY 24th JANUARY 2003   Dear Members and friends,   On recent Spanish visit we had use of modest flat near sea. Each morning I walked half an hour u…
Senscot Bulletin
17th January 2003

Senscot Bulletin 17-01-2003

  SENSCOT MEMBERS’ BULLETIN No. 161, FRIDAY 17th JANUARY 2003   Dear Members and friends,   Felt good after extended festive season break - 17 days is long enough to reach that m…
Senscot Bulletin
10th January 2003

Senscot Bulletin 10-01-2003

  SENSCOT MEMBERS’ BULLETIN No. 160, FRIDAY 10th JANUARY 2003     Dear Members and friends,   Partner Anne and I were in Spain over the break- got back yesterday. Surprised…