The Epwell Echo is the local magazine for the residents of Epwell Village and Parish. It has been published and distributed free of charge to village dwellings since 1986. The magazine has always been a popular village icon and has had the benefit of a stream of volunteer publishing teams over the years. The Echo is financially supported by advertising revenues in the main together with welcome contributions from the Epwell Parish Council and individual villagers.
For 2021 a new editor, Chris Woodcock, took charge of compilation and publishing, ably supported by Christian LeJeune as Treasurer and Peter Koch de Gooreynd looking after all the advertising selling and administration.
It is the intention of the Echo team to continue to produce the Echo in printed form 6 times per year and to provide an electronic copy for availability to read / download on this Epwell website.
For future information the Echo team, in conjunction with the Village Hall Committee, will be organising a one-day substantial social event and exhibition in the village during the summer. The event will bring together items of local interest, advertisers, local organisations, artworks, activities and the joy of home-made cakes, tea and coffee for all. Proceeds from the day will be to jointly support The Echo and the Village Hall.
Contribution articles for publication in The Echo are always welcome and can be e-mailed to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EDITOR AND PRODUCTION:
Chris Woodcock email@example.com
Peter Koch de Gooreynd
ADVERTS: Quarter page: £2.50 Half page: £5 Full page: £10