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The Broadway Communications Group (BCG)

Broadway's bi-monthly newsletter, its directory and many other village-wide efforts come from the Broadway Communications Group volunteers, formed in 2006. What began with donations from its members and a small grant from Awards for All is now self-supporting through local advertisements.

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The aim of its first effort, a bi-monthly newsletter, was to provide a way for residents, traders and visitors to find out more about the events and interests of the village: news, events, and general happenings. It is written, edited, and designed by volunteers of the BCG. It is printed locally (about 2100 copies) and hand-delivered by over 40 volunteers without whom this would be impossible.

If you are a club or business that would like to advertise in the Broadway Newsletter, details are listed (below the downloads).

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 Jan-Feb 2017 (Issue 64)
Nov-Dec 2016 (Issue 63) Sept-Oct 2016 (Issue 62)
July-Aug 2016 (Issue 61) May-June 2016 (Issue 60) March-Apr 2016 (Issue 59)
 Jan-Feb 2016 (Issue 58) November-December 2015 (Issue 57) September-October 2015 (Issue 56)
 July-August 2015 (Issue 55)  May-June 2015 (Issue 54)  March-april 2015 (Issue 53)
Jan-Feb 2015 (Issue 52) Nov-Dec 2014 (Issue 51) Sept-Oct 2014 (Issue 50)
 July-Aug 2014 (Issue 49) May-June 2014 (Issue 48) Mar-Apr 2014 (Issue 47)
 Jan-Feb 2014 (Issue 46) Nov-Dec 2013 (Issue 45)  Sept-Oct 2013 (Issue 44)
 July-Aug 2013 (Issue 43)  May-June 2013 (Issue 42)  March-April 2013 (Issue 41)
 Jan-Feb 2013 (Issue 40)  Nov-Dec 2012 (Issue 39) Sept-Oct 2012 (Issue 38)
July-Aug 2012 (Issue 37) May-June 2012 (Issue 36) Mar-Apr 2012 (Issue 35)
Jan-Feb 2012 (Issue 34) Nov-Dec 2011 (Issue 33) Sept-Oct 2011 (Issue 32)

 July-Aug 2011 (Issue 31)

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May-June 2011 (Issue 30) Mar-Apr 2011 (Issue 29)
Jan-Feb 2011(Issue 28) Please note it says issue 29 on it but it really is issue 28. Nov-Dec 2010 (Issue 27) Sept-Oct 2010 (Issue 26)
July-August 2010 (Issue 25) May-June 2010 (Issue 24) Mar-April 2010 (Issue 23)
Jan-Feb 2010 (Issue 22) Nov-Dec 2009 (Issue 21)     Sept-Oct 2009 (Issue 20)
July-Aug 09 (Issue 19) May-June 2009 (Issue 18) See corrections just above.
Parish
council news for May 2009
Mar-Apr 2009 (Issue 17)
Jan-Feb 2009 (Issue 16) Nov-Dec 2008 (Issue 15) Sept-Oct 2008 (Issue 14)
July-August 2008 (Issue 13) May-June 2008 (Issue 12) March-April 2008 (Issue 11)
Jan-Feb 2008 (Issue 10) Nov-Dec 2007 (Issue 9) Sept-Oct 2007 (Issue 8)
July-Aug 2007 (Issue 7) May-June 2007 (Issue 6) Mar-April 2007 (Issue 5)
Jan-Feb 2007 (Issue 4) Nov-Dec 2006 (Issue 3) Sept-Oct 2006 (Issue 2)
July 2006 (Issue 1) Spring 2006 (Pilot Issue 0)

 

All articles and and advertisements are due by the 1st of the month preceding publication. For instance, materials for the March 2008 issue were due by the first of February.

Please note that, for events, if you miss the Newsletter deadline, events may still be listed in the calendar section of this site. A contact telephone number must accompany any event. Ticket or event pricing is not included in the What's On section of the newsletter, as that would constitute advertising. For more information on advertising, please see below.

Advertising in the Broadway Newsletter

Distribution is to roughly 2000 homes plus many high street businesses in the Parish of Broadway, which includes Broadway and most of what we recognise as Childswickham. The BCG has developed a two page guide for advertisements in the Broadway Newsletter which includes sizes, policies, fees and recommendations to get the most out of your ad. Download the .doc file to edit inside our templates, or if you do not use Microsoft, download the .pdf file. Both files begin with terms and conditions which you must print out and sign. Please note: as of March 2011, we will no longer be accepting any insertions to the newsletter.  If you have any questions about Newsletter advertising, please contact the BCG, below.

Contacting the BCG

All aspects of the Broadway Newsletter and the BCG are managed by volunteers. Below is a list of contact points for various aspects of the BCG, which, iff appropriate, will respond as soon as it is able.

Editorial queries and comments

 

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