Issue 56 of The Peoples is out and about and available to pick up in a supermarket or shopping centre near you. Our good friends from Friary Stitch are on the cover and inside there are features on the Town Deal and Mayor’s Challenge plus lots of information about local shows and events.
Issue 44 of The Peoples is out now and you can pick it up in major supermarkets, Freshney Place and lots of other places. It features Fastline Shellfish, a picture feature from the Armed Forces Day, an interview with accountant Rebecca Beaton and a visit to Vintage Lincs.
It’s available online at http://issuu.com/divapublications/docs/pp_i44
The Peoples Issue 43 is now available in major supermarkets, Freshney Place and lots of other distribution points. This issue has the lovely people from JCS Fish on the front cover and inside you’ll find features on local small and medium sized businesses, great days out and the Tour De Yorkshire. There’s also a picture feature on Grimsby Town’s open topped bus tour of the town to celebrate their return to the Football League.
You can find the magazine online at the Diva website.
It’s the one with the bonkers looking rabbit on the front. Calculated to make you reach for the Holy Hand Grenade Of Antioch. First thou pullest the Holy Pin. Then thou must count to three. Three shall be the number of the counting and the number of the counting shall be three. Four shalt thou not count, neither shalt thou count two, excepting that thou then proceedeth to three. Five is right out.
You know the drill.
It’s available here online and in major supermarkets and many (but not all) other places in the real world.
Mouth Almighty 4. Now available in print and online here
We’re quite proud of Issue 40 and especially the Scartho feature and our interview with the man in charge of Armed Forces Day 2016, Alex baxter.
It’s available all over the place and especially here –
The peoples Issue 39 – the Christmas Edition with the 2016 Planner is available right now in all good supermarkets, auditoria, Freshney Places and lots of other places too!
It’s also online here –
The new edition of Mouth Almighty is now out and about and as a special treat it has the new Central Hall Programme embedded within it’s delicate pages, rather like Whizzer and Chips used to be.