THE LATEST issue of Mirror Pensioner has gone down very well with our members. Did you get yours?
If not, please let us know using the Contact Us page and we’ll send you another one.
Your autumn Mirror Pensioner has full reports and pix from our two 30th anniversary meetings; news about our pension fund; an examination of the Covenant; a welcome to our latest trustee director; a thank you to a pensions hero – plus other fabulous features.
And all the regulars are there: Chairman’s Chat; Gerald’s View; Quentin Woodley’s column; membership and finance update. And, sadly, of course, the inevitable obituaries where we remember the colleagues and friends we have lost.
BUT THERE’S MORE… have you entered our fabulous £50 competition – sponsored by Mirrorpix?
Entries don’t close until November 30 so there’s plenty of time for you to think up a witty comment or caption to go with the picture of Cap’n Bob on Page 10 of your Mirror Pensioner.
Entries from members only, but you can enter as many times as you like. Full details are in your magazine.
No alternative prize.
The editor’s decision is final.
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Ken Irwin’s amazing record
Frank Thorne’s Longleat exclusive
A [different] Windsor get together
Digger Bowry’s trip down Memory Lane
Were you at this Meeting with Maxwell?
Howard “Johnny” Johnson’s retirement pic
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He had the time of his Life – Geoff Lester’s memoirs
Congrats to centurion Donald McMaster
Reflections of a Mirror Man
Peter Thompson’s 21st book
Maggie Hall on all things Dracula
World exclusive scoop from Terry Pattinson’s book
Delano’s Italian job
Diamonds are forever
You can’t keep a good man down – Jimmy Baynes
Tony writes again…
Sporting Life – exclusive
Congrats from the Queen
Tony Bassett: My first novel
A Life remembered…
Fred’s Diamond achievement
Why not get in touch with Don Cameron?
Lino ship celebrations
Celebrating Maxwell Day
Geoff Lakeman’s new career
Tel’s new play
Jimmy’s military pilgrimage
Two new books by Mirror hacks
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