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The community magazine for Sleaford and surrounding villages

It’s been a very difficult year for everyone this year, I would never of envisaged this time last year writing this page, what was ahead of us for 2020. I would like to take this opportunity to thank my team for all their hard work this year under very challenging circumstances and our advertisers for continuing to support us through difficult times.

As I write this, we are more than halfway through the current national lockdown restrictions and I do hope that you are all doing okay? With the news of a new vaccine being ready soon, there is a glimmer of optimism that we may get to have some normality back in 2021. It is going to be a different Christmas due to restrictions and no one really knows just yet how that will look for this year’s festivities.

We have two competitions this month, one lucky reader will win the original front cover artwork, framed by a local artist from the Event Gallery and another lucky reader will receive a beautiful Christmas wreath and table arrangement from the Farmer’s Florist.

There are plenty of ideas for Christmas activities to do at home, including our fab Parmesan biscuit recipe and a beautiful Christmas craft angel to make.

Christmas church services are going to go ahead this year, but you will need to book in advance as space will be limited due to current restrictions. See here for full details.

Have a lovely Christmas and enjoy the festivities with whatever it enables you to do.

Best wishes

Karen

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Your Local Lincs Magazine is a high quality, glossy, compact magazine that bridges the gap between local newspapers and regional lifestyle magazines.

Printed in full colour throughout, it contains a range of interesting and relevant news and features about your local area. As well as providing a one-stop shop for useful information such as what’s on, community news and information.

Now in our 13th year, we have an impressive monthly distribution of over 23,000 homes and businesses. The magazine content has a bit of something for everyone.

Additionally, it provides suppliers of local goods and services with an affordable and effective means of advertising their services to the community. In turn our readers are encouraged to use retailers, suppliers and tradesmen from the local area, helping both the local economy and the environment in the process.

Our very competitive pricing enables local businesses to have a presence in a quality publication and to reach out to thousands of homes within a target area.

If you're a local business looking to get your name out there, give our office a call or visit our 'Advertise With Us' page. We will happily advise you on how we can help you promote your business to local people, with our prices starting from just £30.00+ VAT per issue.

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