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MHA Hillside Care Home at the top of Bicester Road in Aylesbury, produces a newsletter called the Hillside Gazette once every two months. They are looking for a new volunteer editor to help produce the Hillside Gazette. This will involve attending a meeting there once every two months to plan the next edition, receiving the articles via email, and then laying it out. The printing is done at Hillside and the articles are written by either residents or staff at Hillside. If you are interested, or know of anyone who might be willing to do this, could you please contact Jacqueline Dove, who is the Chaplain at Hillside. jacquelineleach.dove@gmail.com (Hillside phone no: 01296 710011) For more information on Hillside, click here.

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