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 Welcome to LINK online. If it’s the first time you’ve visited the site, simply click on the cover image above to view the online version of the magazine.

 

You’ll notice that the online version contains links – so if you are on the contents page and want to look at the recipe, just click on the underlined  orange text where it reads Page 18 and it will take you straight there.  You will see links throughout the magazine to take you to the web sites of societies in the parish, the web sites of advertisers and the web sites of local organisations.

 

We hope that we can continue to publish LINK online during the current pandemic.  For us to do that your feedback is very important. If there is anything that you want to tell us about the issue (good or bad) or if you want to send us ideas or photos then just click on content@nplink to email us.

 

One last thing.  Don’t forget that the May bank holiday this year is not on the first Monday of the month. To celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day the bank holiday will be on Friday the 8th of May.

 

We hope you enjoy your copy of LINK.

 

You might have already heard that a developer has applied for planning permission to change the use of the Dun Horse from pub to flats. If you would like to have your say on the issue please have a look at the Save the Dun Horse website and complete the online survey.

 

“Link
is a community and lifestyle magazine that is there to give information, tell
you what is going on when and where, gives advice and publishes profiles on
interesting people and locations.

Looking
for a Plumber to stop that dripping tap, somebody to fix a fence or lay a new
patio then ‘Who does What’ pages are the one to look at.

Link
is a well respected established magazine. We have been told readers they look
forward to receiving each issue on their doorsteps each month. So whether you
are a reader or advertiser this well respected magazine is must to read and
advertise in.