The September magazine has hit the streets…
The copies for those with no Internet access are printed and should get into the post later today, ready for collection tomorrow when the Post Office returns from its Bank Holiday.
Looking ahead, the October magazine will be a little early. I’ll not be around right at the end of the month so, rather than publish things late, I hope that it will be sent out on September 24th. If you have any material for publication, please get it to me in good time.
There really is lots going on around our villages; It’s more than just dry reports of meetings that have (or haven’t) been held. Tell us about things that you have done – things that interest you – things you found funny. If something interests you then, by definition, it’s interesting!
You can read it online in one of two ways:
You can download an e-version of the paper magazine from the St Andrew’s website. This is where Peter Ford has been compiling an archive of magazines since September 2001. This copy is taken straight from the print-ready files used for duplicating. As I write, the September copy isn’t yet online. Peter tells me it will go onto the site sometime on Tuesday. If you can’t wait, there is a copy, temporarily stored here.
You can read the whole magazine on this site. This is is in a more online-friendly format. For data protection reasons, I’ve omitted the Church Directory, but if you need to contact someone, use the contact form on the website and we’ll see that it gets to the right place.