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The images below show the 'front pages' of some recent parish e-newsletters. Please note that these samples are images of the newsletters, so the text is not machine readable, nor do the links function.


Wye e-newsletter 72 (Public Inquiry - Special)

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Wye e-newsletter 72 image of the front page (text is not machine readable) and a golden sunset seen from Naccolt Road

Wye e-newsletter 71

Wye e-newsletter 71 image of the front page (text is not machine readable) and the Grade 2 listed Edwardian buildings of Wye College

Wye e-newsletter 70

Wye e-newsletter 70 image of the front page (text is not machine readable) and playground equipment chained up to comply with COVID-19 guidance, and a family of three scarecrows with cheeky smiles!

Wye e-newsletter 69

Wye e-newsletter 69 image of the front page (text is not machine readable) and a postcard of a near deserted Church Street Wye, taken around 1910

Wye e-newsletter 68

Wye e-newsletter 68 image of the front page (text is not machine readable) and Wye Farmers' Market in the spring

Wye e-newsletter 67

Wye e-newsletter 67 image of the front page (text is not machine readable) and a walker in Colliers Wood surrounded by a sea of wild garlic

Wye e-newsletter 66

Wye e-newsletter 66 image of the front page (text is not machine readable) and Wye Crown over Withersdane Hall

Wye e-newsletter 65

Wye e-newsletter 65 image of the front page (text is not machine readable)

Wye e-newsletter 64

Wye e-newsletter 64 image of the front page (text is not machine readable) and a golden sunset seen from Naccolt Road

Last updated: Wed, 27 Jan 2021 13:22