Welcome to our December/January magazine which is packed full of seasonal events and ideas. You can read it by clicking on the green button here:
As well as information about Christmas and Advent events, you can find out about South West Surrey Heroes, have your say on the future of the town, read how one woman has changed her life for the better one step at a time, have an eco-friendly Christmas, take up an art challenge, read local books, discover where reindeer come from….
Take a look at our advertisers too. Maybe you need a plumber or electrician or your oven or carpet need a clean; do you feet bother you or your back hurt? Do you want to help the environment? Do you have a book in you and want a publisher? Our advertisers are an important part of financing the magazine.
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Happy reading, happy Christmas and may 2021 be a year of hope and blessing.
The November issue of our parish magazine is now online with lots inside. Download it by clicking on the green button here:
This month, as we deal with lockdown and all that this means, we remember and give thanks for those who served and sacrificed themselves in times of war. Our commemorations are mostly online this year but they are as important as ever.
We also look at ways of reducing our waste, hear from local MP Jeremy Hunt and welcome a new PCC. There’s Christmas shopping to do in our online art and craft fair, and the villages will be lit up by beacons on November 14, bringing hope and light.
Plus give to Project Wenceslas and help tackle fuel poverty and pop an extra pudding or two in your shopping order to give to the Foodbank. Oh, and get a cat…
The October issue of our parish magazine is now online with lots inside. Download it by clicking on the green button here:
Among this month’s contents are:
Do your bit for the environment
The Fridge and Cupboard – food for all
The Church and Covid
John and Sue Innes
Behind the verses – the background to one of Paul’s letters
The Church Cat
And much more…
If you have an article or news item for the magazine, let us know. The next deadline is Sunday, October 4. Contact Stella Wiseman, the editor, on 07842761919 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Publishing online means we reach far more people than just in print. This means advertisers can reach more people too. If you would like to advertise, contact Stella on 07842761919 or email@example.com
If you would like a printed copy of the magazine, again, contact Stella using the details above.