Bollington Live! needs your support!
The magazine is written and produced entirely by volunteers, a variable team of around 10 people who create three issues each year. We meet twice for each issue, about 1 hour each time, under the chair of Kate Gooding. The editor’s role is crucial to the production of an interesting and broad spread of articles. The editor works closely with Matt Wray at the Bollington Printshop to put each issue together.
Editor: Annette Hurst
Chair: Kate Gooding
Secretary: Sandy Milsom
Treasurer: Peter Kennedy
‘What’s On’ collator: Claire Moreland (see note below)
Cartoons by Matthew Wray
Editorial group: The group is made up of people, young and a bit older, who have an interest in the town and like to publish a document that records the history and activities of the town. You can join this group – just email the editor, and you’re in! We usually meet twice per issue. Our January meeting has, since 2007, become our AGM. Read more on the Help! page.
Sponsors: As a free magazine, Bollington Live! has to find income to cover its total production cost. This is partly covered by advertising (see the Advertising rate card) but also, most importantly, by corporate sponsorship.
The following companies and organisations have very kindly sponsored the magazine in recent times:
The Adelphi Group Ltd., Slater Harrison, Bollington Town Council, Bollington Civic Society, Tullis Russell Coaters Ltd., Bollington Health & Leisure, R. A. Smart Textiles, Cutlers Cleaning Services.
We are very grateful for the continuing support provided by all these companies and organisations. Without this support Bollington Live! could not be published.
Everyone with an interest is welcome to attend our meetings; please email the editor for details of the next meeting.
Please send details of your event by email to Claire Moreland, the Bollington Live! What’s On collator. Remember that there is a long lead time for this popular magazine – your information for the …
- February edition is required by mid January covering the months of March, April, May and June;
- June edition by mid May covering the months of July, August, September and October;
- October edition by mid September covering the months of November, December, January and February.