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THE SALTAIRE SENTINEL: January 2003 - December 2017

The Saltaire Sentinel was founded and edited by James Duncan. It was not affiliated to, nor in any way controlled or influenced by any group, society or organization.The first edition of the Saltaire Sentinel was published in January 2003, and every month after that (with a couple of exceptions). The last edition of the Saltaire Sentinel, Number 167, was published in December 2017. James died on 6 January 2018, aged sixty-four.

 

ARCHIVED ONLINE & DIGITAL ISSUES, 2006 - 2017

The Saltaire Village website published the Sentinel online from January 2006, Issue No. 37. The last edition of the Saltaire Sentinel, Number 167, was published in December 2017. An unnumbered Tribute Edition was published in February 2018.

 
Tribute Edition, February 2018
THIS ONE'S FOR YOU, JAMES
Family, friends and readers say goodbye
 

Saltaire Sentinel Tribute, 2018

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TRIBUTE EDITION, February 2018

Following James' death, the Tribute Edition, assembled by Pamela Reynolds, editor of saltairevillage.info and edited by James Duncan's nephew, Oliver Scruton, was published in February 2018. James' funeral was held on Monday 5 February 2018 at Eccleshill United Reformed Church. The Sentinel Tribute was given out following this service, and paper copies were distributed locally.

The Tribute Edition of The Saltaire Sentinel celebrates James' life and his achievements. No one else could have produced the wonderfully characterful and quirky issues of The Saltaire Sentinel. As James' nephew, Oliver Scruton wrote: "It is with the utmost respect and love for all that James was, that we lay The Saltaire Sentinel to rest, alongside its creator."

The Saltaire Sentinel was a feature of Saltaire life for 15 years and was dearly loved. James Duncan and The Saltaire Sentinel will never be forgotten. We lost a dear friend as well as culturally significant monthly artifact.

IT'S THE PAPER THAT WAS ALWAYS IN SALTAIRE

James Duncan, Editor

James Duncan
Founder and Editor

ARCHIVED PAPER COPIES OF THE SALTAIRE SENTINEL

Paper copies of The Saltaire Sentinel, 1 - 167, plus the Tribute Edition, are archived in the Saltaire Archive housed in Shipley College Resource Centre, 2nd Floor, Exhibition Building, Exhibition Road, Saltaire, BD18 3JW.
Telephone 01274 327226
Email resource@shipley.ac.uk

 
 
 
 

 

 
 
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