Outgoing BrisLETS Chair thanks collaborators

Simon Cole, Chair In my term as President, with significant support from many people, most notably Andrew Gaydon, I oversaw a number of initiatives intended to raise the number of goods and services available to BrisLETS members, and add value to their membership:...

What is BrisLETS’ primary function?

By Paul Wildman The results of this single-question survey, launched in July, are as follows. Thanks to the eight people who responded. Of these, some suggested additional functions as well as a primary function. They are shown thus, [in square brackets]. 1....

August AGM and Trading Day

What’s Your Story? by Josephine Brown (NewsLETS Editor) As the coordinator of our Storytelling and keen member of another storytelling group, I know that other people’s anecdotes about their lives can be simply fascinating. So I invite you to attend and...

2019 – Committee member candidates

Meet candidate for President, Jessie Scott Tell us who you are. My name is Jessie Scott. I’m a single Gemini with one daughter, just became a grandmother, in flux with work, housing and an aging parent. Tell us what position you wish to stand for. President/Chair...

Experience makes a little go a long way

By Simon Cole,Chair. When people hear that BrisLETS has been going for more than 30 years, they’re impressed. There’s something about longevity that instils confidence. It suggests relevance to needs being met, and a method that’s working. For a long time, BrisLETS...

Beneficial business collaborations on the horizon

Substation33, Food Connect and the Albion Peace Hall By Simon Cole, Chair. During May, I went to the YFS Social Enterprise Initiative, a hacker space in Woodridge called Substation33, to talk to the manager, Tony Sharp.Walking into the warehouse, I saw more than 20...