We have realised that there was an error in the address for Matthew Harris in the November issue. We printed Matthew.MFHarris@lloydsbanking.com It should have been Matthew.MF.Harris@lloydsbanking.com – i.e. there are 2 full stops in his name. Our apologies to anyone who has had an email returned as undeliverable.
Just a reminder that you still have a few days left to submit your entries for the various prize competitions which appear in the current issue of ECHO. These are the Wordsearch, the Quiz of the Year and the Aspire Style Competition. The deadline for entries is Friday 5 January. The postal and email addresses …
Cable laying works on behalf of Western Power Distribution began in Beechwood Avenue on 8 November. They are working from the Kenilworth Road end and there is a section of road with single file traffic and traffic lights at the junction with Warwick Avenue/Stoneleigh Avenue. A section of the footpath on the Warwick Avenue side …
Apologies for the typographical error on page 16 of the September issue. In the ‘Paws in the Park’ piece, the start time should be 11am and not, of course, 1am.
SENA have organised a Hustings on Monday 25 April at 7.30pm in Earlsdon Methodist Church. Earlsdon ward candidates for the elections on 5 May will explain their policies and intentions and will be ready to answer your questions. The candidates are as follows: Allan ANDREWS – Conservative Jacqueline BASU – Liberal Democrat Kieran GANGARAM -Trade …
ECHO’s February issue has an article about the Friends of Earlsdon Lights scheme to protect Earlsdon Street’s Christmas lights. The donor form that is mentioned in the piece can be downloaded here: Earlsdon Lights donor form
The next issue of ECHO will be on sale on or before Saturday 30 January and the deadline for contributions is Monday 18 January.
The December/January issue of ECHO is now available from the usual vendors.
The seasonal combined December & January issue of ECHO has now been completed and will be with the printer in the morning. It is a 44-page bumper issue and will be on sale by the end of the week.
As well as from the usual dedicated stockists, you can now pick up your monthly copy of ECHO at Co-operative Food on Allesley Old Road, Heart of England Co-operative on Earlsdon Street and Hop N Apple, Spon End.