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The undisputed highlight during my role as Chairman of the
Braunschweig Twinning Association, writes Bryan Chalker, has been the triumphant visit to this enchanting German
city by the young choir of St Andrew’s Church of England
Primary School from 4th-7th June this year, when they literally
took Braunschweig by storm.
Members of the Anglo-German Association in Braunschweig and our Twinning Association celebrated the long links between Bath and Braunschweig at a Civic Reception in the Mayor’s Parlour last spring. This was hosted by the Deputy Mayor (2011-12) Councillor Marian McNeir. At a ceremony in the Brunswick Garden they unveiled a plaque commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Twinning Agreement.
The Mayor, Councillor Shaun McGall, attended the 40th Anniversary Celebration of the Twinning between Bath and Braunschweig, hosted jointly by The Bath-German Society and Bath-Braunschweig Twinning Association on 16 February 2011. With 70 people present at Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, he said it was good to see the two groups working together.