Tue, 29 September, 2020


Exclusive to members – Mirror Pensioner

Posted: October 10th, 2019

GET READY FOLKS – your awesome 16-page Mirror Pensioner is on its way and should drop through your letterbox over the next week.

Inside your magazine of the year: plenty of pension news and data; full coverage of AMP activity and finances; Bill Berentemfel’s first OPA report; Trustee chairman’s thoughts; website update; far too many heartbreaking obituaries…

On the features front, there’s a marvellous spread all about Bill Rowntree and his mate, round-the-world yachtsman Robin Knox-Johnston. We’ve got a retrospective on the First Male Nude in Fleet Street, plus High Jinks in Jarrow, each with a bespoke Charles Griffin illustration. How lucky are we?

And you can read all about AMP life president David Thompson and his new job. Thought he’d retired? Have another think!

And there’s much, much more, so… enjoy!

Remember, Mirror Pensioner is exclusive to AMP members only. If you are a member and your Mirror Pensioner doesn’t arrive, please let us know via the website Contact Us form, or by sending us a letter. If you’re not a member and are kicking yourself for missing out on Mirror Pensioner (there are two issues a year) you can join AMP via this website – and if you’re quick about it, we’ll send you a copy of this autumn’s super 16-pager.

And if you have a story to tell, or a suggestion for additional help or information in Mirror Pensioner, let us know.

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