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Hill & Valley

Hill and Valley is the Parish Magazine started in 1999 when Longparish and Hurstbourne Priors were united with the parishes of St. Mary Bourne and Woodcott and it covers news from all of the parishes.

It is delivered free to each household at the beginning of each month. The cost is covered partly from Parish Council grants and partly from advertising of local services. Deadline for copy is normally the Thursday nearest to the 20th of the month.

Advertising in Hill & Valley

If you wish to place an advertisement in Hill & Valley, please contact John Collins, the Advertising Manager for charges and availability.

Contacts

Longparish Editor Mrs Mary Jo Darrah Saddler's Cottage
East Aston
SP11 6QQ
Tel. 01264 720320
e-mail g.darrah@virgin.net
Advertising Manager John Collins Tel. 720300
email John_Toby@btopenworld.com
Longparish Distribution Phil Harris Tel. 720437

Hill & Valley Online

The Longparish pages are available here: just select the edition you want to read and use your browser's 'back' button to return here when you've finished. You can also see the current St Mary Bourne pages here.They may take a while to load as sometimes they are quite big PDFs.

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