Dear Nether Edge neighbours, it has not proved possible to distribute a
printed version of EDGE for April in view of the unique and difficult
circumstances we all find ourselves in. This will be the case for
editions of EDGE over the coming months. However, you can download a pdf
version here (click on the thumbnail picture above) and feel free to circulate it to your friends and neighbours. If you have problems with downloading, you can request an email copy from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instead of the usual "What's on" (not a lot) page, there is a page with some useful contact information relating to the coronavirus. There is also a glaring
spelling mistake on one of the pages, left to see if you can spot it.
Finally, we would really like to hear from you with anecdotes about how
you are spending your time, not least in keeping your children/parents
amused, so we can share them in a future edition.
With my best wishes,
Ken Lambert NENG Chair"
Covers from 2016/2017 editions of the Edge
NENG engages with Nether Edge residents in many ways. The EDGE newsletter is distributed to the doorstep of over 1000 addresses by a co-ordinated network of street distributers who also collect annual subscriptions. Anyone who lives or works in the area can become a subscriber of the newsletter.Click HERE for details or visit the membership pages under NENG on this site.
The EDGE is produced by volunteers from the NENG management committee and guest editors. It provides an opportunity for local businesses, agencies, voluntary and faith organisations and community groups to publicise and market their activities.
Click HERE to download information about advertising in The Edge, contact us , or download a proforma HERE.
Events listings, letters to the editor or suggested articles can be submitted HERE. The magazine provides space for local people to air views, share information or tell stories and documents a gallery of events.