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I sit at my Computer having been furloughed from my day
job. A word that I had never even come across until the beginning of last week.
The Covid-19 virus has affected many people up and down the country, but
hopefully you are all managing to avoid its onslaught. Whilst as a sub-editor, I
normally request reports, I would rather
members remain safe, until after the threat is over.
However, despite the virtual shutdown as directed by
our Prime Minister last Monday, which will be reviewed after Easter, with the
wonders of electric communication, it currently looks like a number of
publications are coming together to accompany NS963. This pays tribute to the
tireless efforts of all those involved in the production chain, from
Sub-editors to Assistant Editors, Journal contributors and Editors, G list
compilers, members of the Publication Team and our dispatch team to our Printing contractors and
there being space on our Couriers vehicles when they are not moving around
So as at 0900 on Monday 30th March, reliant upon all
these internal and external factors the intended publications are :
PH20: Fleet History of Western National (Part 2 1970-82)
* G744: Current Fleets of Operators in the West
Midlands (A - WM Accessible)
* G745: Current Fleets of Operators in the West
Midlands (WM Travel - Z, Non-PSV)
and, of course, our Newssheets.
The printers have advised that due to shortages of
staff, it will NOT be possible to produce both G lists - when published the
second will remain updated to NS963.
A lot can change between now and the distribution date.
We may not be able to get all these publications printed, there may be no
couriers available to take the publications to Crown House and the distribution
to you may be down to just a very small groups of individuals. So any of these
factors may cause, some or all of these items to be delayed or not be available
at all until after the epidemic is over. A final decision will be made nearer
to the distribution date and advised to you, our members, via the website (www.psvcircle.org.uk).
Beyond all, I hope that you all keep Safe and Well.