Issue 55 with the 2018 Planner inside is now available at major supermarkets, Freshney Place and lots of other venues across town!
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.
Issue 42 of The Peoples, featuring Fantasy World, Buffalo Bill and Joe McElderry as Joseph available now.
It’s also 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 –
Issue 34 of The Peoples is now out and about. It has a feature on Grimsby Fish, with interviews with Steve Norton of the FMA, Chris Sparkes of Jaines Seaford plus a visit to Alfred Enderby’s smoke house and Fastline Shellfish and we finally managed to get a picture of the proper kind of lobster.
Also chimney sweeps, the Tour de Yorkshire, Tom Jones and lots of local arts and entertainments information!
It’s in all the big supermarkets and online here.
Issue 33 of The Peoples – out now and available in supermarkets, leisure centres, Freshney Place. Almost everywhere in fact.
Lots of good stuff in this one – an Interview with Rebecca Mascull, The Folk Festival, Museums At Night – all sorts.
This is the cover of Issue 25 of The Peoples and as you may have noticed we’ve given the dear old thing a bit of a wash and brush up. We’ve also moved to a new B5 format, slightly smaller than before (but we like to call it more handbag friendly), and gone up to 48 pages. The online edition is also changing – the link will be up soon. It’ll have lots of extra pages and features including galleries of photos from events we’ve attended with our cameras.
There’s a lot more to read in Issue 25 with features on the upcoming Jazz Festival, and C-FaB and on the new film about the Grimsby Chums from the Chums Heritage Project plus recipes and motoring and loads of listings and information about music, theatre and arts events on their way in our area.
So if you see Issue 25 on your travels pick it up and tell us what you think.