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We acknowledge with thanks the permission of our partner and other organisations to reproduce selected material on this web site, including external news items that we consider of interest to our members and other web site visitors. This includes selective use of relevant news feeds from web sites of partner or other organisations, with thanks.

If we've inadvertently failed to acknowledge your rights, or appear for whatever reason to be infringing them, we will seek to remedy this promptly if you contact us.

We acknowledge with thanks the advice and guidance of the UK Copyright Service, which was used in the creation of this statement.


Although we endeavour to ensure that the content of this web site is as accurate as possible, we do not accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions. You make use of this web site at your own risk.

Opinion presented on the site does not necessarily represent the views of The Bishopston Society or its officers.

Links to other web sites from this web site are provided for information only, and should not be taken to imply that The Bishopston Society endorses any third parties or accepts any responsibility for their contents.


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Permission is hereby granted for reproduction of The Bishopston Society banner graphic in association with links to this web site from other web sites of relevance to The Bishopston Society, provided that you contact us to notify us of this, and a clear acknowledgement is displayed.


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