Newsletter
The Spanner is the monthly newsletter of the Bluewater British Car Club.  It is published to keep members up to date on upcoming Club activities, to report on past Club events, to provide a calendar of upcoming regional British Car events, articles of general interest, and to offer tips for care and maintenance of our British Cars.  Photographs and articles from members about their cars and adventures are always welcomed.

The Spanner is available in full colour at the beginning of each month for downloading.  You do require a copy of Adobe Reader, which can be obtained free by clicking on the Adobe Reader button.

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December 2019 issue of the Spanner

November 2019 issue of the Spanner

October 2019 issue of the Spanner

September 2019 issue of the Spanner

August 2019 issue of the Spanner

July 2019 issue of the Spanner

June 2019 issue of the Spanner

May 2019 issue of the Spanner

April 2019 issue of the Spanner

March 2019 issue of the Spanner

February 2019 issue of the Spanner

January 2019 issue of the Spanner

December 2018 issue of the Spanner

November 2018 issue of the Spanner

October 2018 issue of the Spanner

September 2018 issue of the Spanner

August 2018 issue of the Spanner

July 2018 issue of the Spanner

June 2018 issue of the Spanner

May 2018 issue of the Spanner

April 2018 issue of the Spanner

March 2018 issue of the Spanner

February 2018 issue of the Spanner

January 2018 issue of the Spanner

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Tips for Viewing and Downloading the Newsletter

 There are different ways that your computer treats the Adobe Reader version of the newsletter found on the Club’s website when you click on the link to the present newsletter or to a past one. 

For some when you click on the link your web browser (Explorer, Netscape, Mozilla, etc) automatically will launch Adobe Reader and start downloading and opening the newsletter so that you can view it straight away.  But what if you want to save the newsletter to your computer?

For others clicking on the link prompts you to tell the computer where you want to save the newsletter.  But what if you just want to view newsletter and not save it?

There is another way to save and view the newsletter you may be unaware of.  Place your cursor over the link to the newsletter you want and click the right mouse button.  Up pops a small window with a list of things to choose from:

  • Open, which will then open the file in your web browser
  • Open in New Window - this open a new copy of your web browser and then starts to download and open the newsletter
  • Save Target As - choose this if you would like to save a copy of the newsletter to your computer
  • Print Target – this will start the process of printing the newsletter.  I would suggest not choosing this one unless you have high speed internet, it will be very slow with dial-up and may not work at all.

Of course if you have opened the newsletter in your web browser you can still download it to your computer using the save button that is part of the Adobe or your web browser.

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