BVJ Visitors…Thankyou!

I love looking at the stats for the website as this gives me a good indication on what is most popular/interesting to you all.

By the end of yesterday, bearing in mind I didn’t post about the old railway line until the evening, there were 309 visitors to the website by midnight! This gives me the feedback I need to be sure I’m publishing things of interest to local people.

It’s hard sitting here tapping away & not knowing if people will enjoy what they read, so to see so many comments, shares & likes helps me keep motivated to do more.

As you may have noticed, I had been asking if someone would like to take the Journal over from me, I was starting to feel disheartened along with trying to build up my counselling practice. But last night you all made me feel useful again!

Thankyou to Anna Day who keeps me focused & to all of you for helping keep our memories going 🙂

Kaye, x

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2 Comments

  1. Erik Mayer

    Dear Mrs. Townsend,

    having spent my school holidays in Bourne End back in the late 60s / early 70s, I feel very much indebted to you for sharing memories of dear old Bourne End with me and other nostalgic individuals. Most people whose acquaintance I owned in those golden days have long since passed away and I still cherish their memory.

    Returning to England in later years I never found time to visit beautiful Buckinghamshire again, unfortunately, though I frequented London every now and then, which turned out to be a somewhat sobering experience for me: The metropolis seems to have lost most of its old flair.

    Madam, you might be wondering why an Austrian national might stumble onto your superb website; I am taking a keen interest in local news, and above all, history, to dwell in memories, delighted and melancholic, simultaneously so.

    Whenever the need arises I think I should like to avail myself of your therapeutical offer via Skype, provided I shall be astute enough to handle the technicalities involved. What an old-fashioned fellow I have become, it pains me to admit!

    I am very grateful that you have decided to continue these heart-warming articles of yours.

    My sincere compliments, Erik from Salzburg.

    ________________________________ Von: The Bucks Village Journal Gesendet: Samstag, 4. August 2018 12:28 An: siegfried28m@hotmail.com Betreff: [New post] BVJ Visitors…Thankyou!

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    1. Dear Erik, you have made my day with your lovely message. Thank you so much for taking the time to write, I truly appreciate you letting me know just what I need to hear right now…. It makes such a difference to know that people both here in the “village” & far away are enjoying the memories that the website has to offer. Thank you again, I really do value the feedback, kind regards, Kaye.

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