My name is Mark Norman and I am a member of Bow History Group. If you have been attending meetings this year you may have seen me as I gave the first talk of this season on the subject of Black Dog Folklore in Devon.
It has been apparent that the Web presence for the group has been unfortunately quiet for a little while, so I am hoping that I will be able to rectify this situation for the future, as I have volunteered to act as a conduit to try and keep these pages up to date.
To do this I need the help of you – the members of the Bow History Group and all you other lovely people visiting to look for information, or have a read about the goings-on of the group. Please help me to make this site vibrant, interesting and informative by sending me articles for publication, adding comments to the site, and generally being interactive!
This community has the potential to develop to provide information and advice about our local history with your articles, reminiscences and other information. If you want to contribute there are two ways that you can easily do this.
1. You can add comments to the blogs on the site.
2. You can submit pieces to me for publication.
I would like to be able to develop an archive of articles etc on here for general interest. The group is doing a lot of sterling work on archiving at the moment, and in the future all this should come to fruition. In the meantime, if you would like to submit anything to me for publication, please contact me by email at:
mark @ viewfindervideo. co. uk
(Note: please do not include the spaces which I have written into this email address – they are there purely to stop automatic systems on the internet emailing me offers of bizarre pharmaceutical products and chances to receive 80 million pounds from foreign solicitors!)
I hope you will all enjoy become involved with the new revitalised Bow History web presence!
Bow History Group