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An Appeal from Briar Press

Started by Dave Hughes, February 24, 2024, 08:16:25 AM

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Dave Hughes

I'm sure most people who use this site will also be familiar with Briar Press.

The people who run the Briar Press site want to know how many people are still using it, and still interested.

You can let the people who run the site know what you think by posting on this thread, or Facebook.

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Julius Stafford-Baker

Re: The Briar Press website.

I have been a fan for many years  and still  check daily  and used to contribute from time to time.  Sadly my passwords no longer seem to work, so for the last couple of years I have not been able to send stuff in,  despite in one or two cases really having something useful to add.

That should read  many, many, many years.

Floreat Briar Press  and for heavens sake the press museum pages are unique.

Bill N

In my list of "Favorites" and still check-probably monthly or so


You bet.

I revere Briar Press & for years read it regularly.

Elizabeth is a treasure. She was a major help when the History Channel had us restoring an '88 C&P. Along w/several regular BP users who sent us a number of critical parts. Such collegial generosity! I fell out of touch several year back after having difficulty logging on and posting.

Have the access problems been solved? I like having something more secure than FaceBook.

Plus there's a good deal of information in those stored posts.

I'd hate to see all that go by the board. I'm glad someone is looking into it.

"You don't know what you've got till it's gone."


Still a daily favourite. Mike Barnes, Mayne Island, B.C,

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