August 22, 2019
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The evenings may be getting a little shorter, but the sun is still shining, and there’s an exciting few months on the horizon! In this week’s newsletter, we hear from two amazing American singers who’ll be making a big impact this Fall – Jamie Barton is America’s Queen at the BBC Last Night of the Proms, whilst Nicole Henry is bringing the beautiful songs and vocals of Aretha Franklin back to the UK stage. We also speak with Haley Green, President of the American Women’s Club of London who are hosting this year’s FAWCO Conference. There’s also news about the first African American pro soccer player in the UK, Steve Stacey, who is returning to the UK ahead of his autobiography’s release. Plus, news on the future of ‘The Mayflower Barn’, the return of Dodge and Ram auto brands to British shores, and the great work of US Airmen at RAF Lakenheath. Enjoy your newsletter!
Article One

NEWS | Barn Said to be Made from Mayflower Wood on Sale


Article Two

NEWS | First Pro African-American Soccer Player in UK Returns


Article Three

NEWS | US Airmen at RAF Lakenheath Raise Money in Annual Run-A-Thon


Article Four

NEWS | Dodge and Ram to return to Britain


Article Five INTERVIEW | R.E.S.P.E.C.T – Find out what it means to Nicole Henry
Article Six INTERVIEW | Jamie Barton: America’s Last Night of the Proms Queen
Article Seven INTERVIEW | The American Women’s Club of London, Haley Green’s Home from Home
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