BCSS Bradleya 24 and June Journal delivery problems
The mailing house responsible for sending out Bradleya 24 and the June BCSS journal have not done a good job. This has caused the following problems in delivery:
1. In the case of Bradleya 24 a number of members have reported that they received Bradleya 24 in open envelopes because the flap had not been stuck down firmly enough. We are not aware of any actually being lost, but if you received an empty cardbaord envelope please report it to me (email@example.com) and I will send you a replacement.
2. Some address sheets in the June Journal were not separated adequately resulting in two sheets going in some envelopes. From the number of journals sent out we think this happened to between 50 and 100 journals. If you received one with two address sheets please return the inner one to David Slade, the membership secretary as it will mean that a member has not received a journal. If you renewed before the end of May (*see item 4) and have not received your June journal yet please report it to David Slade (firstname.lastname@example.org).
3. The address sheets for some overseas members did not contain the postal code line. This is resulting is some journals being returned to David Slade as having an incomplete address. Overseas members who have renewed but not received a June journal please report as in item 2.
4. Delivery of the excess June journals and Bradleya 24 was not made to the correct BCSS officials. We are therefore having to ship publications and labels around between each other to meet deliveries of Bradleya 24 and June journals to members who have joined or renewed in June. This is a lot of extra work for myself, David Slade and David Kirkbright and is inevitably causing some delays.
Please communicate this message to any BCSS members you are in contact with who are not members of the forum so that all are aware of the situation.