Panoramic Views

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Santon Downham team have used a combination of special photographic equipment and technical wizardary to bring looking around the local St Mary's church to life (both inside and out). Simply drag your cursor around the picture and experience a 360deg trip of this fabulous building. Team member, Lisa Russell explained "Ipix photos allow you to look round a scene in every direction - up and down, and all around, zooming in or out"

Ceilidh Irish-folk Barn Dance Sat 20 May
7.30 for 8.00 midnight with live music by the brilliant band Outdoors in the walled garden opposite Elveden village hall (indoors if wet)  Tickets 5. Children 14 and under 2. RSVP Hog roast on sale extra Bar and raffle. Tickets (limited) from Gill Turner 01842 890297 or Elveden Stores 01842 890 350.

Digital Equipment
Could all those with our digital cameras and minidisc systems, please let the coordinator (01379) 646046 know how much longer they will need them as other communities are now requesting these devices. equipment@22villages.org

Reserve your 22village Book/CD online
In order to estimate the quantity of 22village books/CDs that should be ordered, we are asking each team leader of the 25 communities to complete this form aimed at gauging the level of interest for this unique local publication. The current provisional print quantity would allow 35 copies of each format per community, a positive response to this form should allow us to increase the print run ensuring no  one is disappointed. The book (5) will be A4 in size with 100 pages in colour with a chapter on each local village and town. The CD-ROM (3) will be an exact copy of the 25 web sites that can be browsed from the CD drive rather than having to connect to the Internet. There is also a small credit card sized CD-ROM for individual villages, this can be personalised and costs 5.00. Individuals can reserve online by clicking here.

24th Community Online - Photo help request
Lakenheath have started to publish a fascinating heritage site, with articles on 1880 school life, Lakenheath Newspapers, Bombing in Wartime and their Chicory Factory. The team has asked us to request photographic material relating to Lakenheath from anyone who can help. Perhaps you have a relative who lived in Lakenheath? If you can help please contact Joe on 01379 646046 or lakenheath@22villages.org

FINAL Bury Record Office Open Meeting Mon 5th June 7.30
Due to popular demand we have arranged a trip to BRO and will have some of there expert staff on hand just to help you with you research and queries. Places are limited so please book early by emailing bro_trip@22villages.org or contacting the coordinator on 01379 646046.

There are now 136 days until the end of the project...
The last date for submitting your community's edited, referenced information and photographs is Saturday 30th September 2000. Our aim is to have 1,000 books (5 each) and 1,000 cds (3 each) available by Christmas.
To reserve your copy, click here

Regards Joe@22villages.org
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