Lots of memorabilia to see, food and music to listen too and also enjoy the flower festival
Queensbury Performing Arts are looking for new members to come along to sing, act or dance, no experience required. Also new members to help out behind the scenes and front of house.
Anyone interested can join and enquire via QPA Facebook page or email me on email@example.com Thanks Sue
At a recent Frozen Party hosted by the Queensbury 1940’s committee, Susan Dickerson went around the Conservative Club collecting for the Shaun Markey Appeal.
Thanks to the generosity of the patrons of the event and club members a sum of
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY EIGHT POUNDS AND FIFTEEN PENCE
Paul and I buy them direct from waste management and deliver them to Queensbury residents free of charge.
Recently we have had several requests for bins due to the damage which the storms we have just experienced caused.
Prior to today’s delivery I had allocated the small stock of 4 which I had held.
Dear residents if you need a bin due to storm damage of theft please contact me Lynda Cromie on 01274 884899, 07745683112 or e-mail my husband Councillor Paul Cromie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kind regards Lynda Cromie
Paul and Linda
Just to let you know my dad Leonard passed away late last night. Thank you for all the lifts you have given over the last year, I know he much appreciated being able to go to his luncheons.
If you could let the people he had lunch with know I would be very grateful as I do not have contact numbers for them.
This is indeed sad news Lynda and our thoughts are with you and your families.
Please let us know when the celebration of Leonards life will take place Lynda and I would like to pay our respects.
Kind regards and blessings Paul n Lynda Cromie
Hi Paul and Linda
The funeral is on Monday 11 January at 2.40 pm at Scholemoor cemetery. Family flowers only but there will be a box for donations to prostate cancer. We will be putting an announcement in the T & A next week but if you can let the luncheon club people know I’d be grateful.
It was my pleasure to present Beryl and Norah and their volunteers with a cheque for £250 to send of to Santa to help him pay for the presents for the children he was to meet at CHAP’s annual Christmas Market.
Paul and were delighted to have been able to help Santa in these times of austerity when every penny counts.
We were lucky to have had the time to visit the market and see the happy smiling faces of the children as they waited to see Santa.
Well done to Beryl, Norah, Brian and everyone else who made the event so successful.
Kind regards and blessings Lynda and Paul Cromie
The Queensbury Community Boiler Paul and I donated has found a permanent resting place at the Black Dyke Heritage Center (QCAP)
Please note it is still available for all Queensbury Community events.
Anyone who needs it can contact me on 01274 884899 or 07745 683112 or Norah on 07882657072
Norah was delighted to receive the boiler as the Heritage venue has gone from strength to strength hosting Community events.
We will be re-filling the grit bins we supplied to Queensbury residents just after Christmas.
After Christmas Paul and I we will be giving a special new year present to the Queensbury community.
Paul and I wish you and your viewers a Happy Christmas and prosperous new year.
Kind regards and blessings Lynda Cromie
From: Michelle Eggett
Sent: 11 December 2015 20:53
To: Cllr Paul Cromie; Cllr Lisa Carmody; Cllr Michael Walls
Subject: Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust, Quality Goal Setting.
As you know, I am one of the Bradford South Public Governors for Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust (BDCFT). Part of my role as Governor is to help the Trust to gather the views of the membership and members of the public in regard to the services BDCFT offers.
BDCFT are a provider of award winning mental health, learning disabilities and community health services across Bradford, Airedale and Craven. More information about BDCFT can be found at www.bdct.nhs.uk.
Currently, BDCFT are considering what their quality goals should be to develop their plan for 2016/17, and I am e-mailing to ask if you may be willing to take part in a survey to give your views on what their quality goals should be.
Also, I would be much obliged if you could perhaps pass this message on to anyone else you know who may wish to contribute and who lives in the Bradford, Airedale and Craven areas. Anyone can contribute, whether they are a service user, carer or simply a resident in the area with an interest in improving the available services.
Here is an excerpt of a message that has been sent out to trust membership which includes a link to the survey for those who may wish to take part.
“What are Quality Goals?
Quality Goals are reviewed and set by the Trust on an annual basis. Achievement of the Goals leads to improved quality, safety and experience for people that use our services. The findings from the survey will help us to determine our Quality Goals for 2016/17.
We will publish the Quality Goals in our annual Quality Report, monitor them throughout the year and report on our progress in the next annual Quality Report.
We would be delighted if you could share your views with us by completing our survey which is available via this link:
Please would you complete the survey by Thursday, 31 December 2015”.
Thank you in advance for your time.
My best wishes,