The Ham&High is all yours - new Readers Edition open for offerings
The third Ham&High Readers Edition will be published in May and if you haven t yet contributed, there s still time – but only just. Articles on any subject are currently being accepted either by post or email and already a steady flow of material has been
The third Ham&High Readers Edition will be published in May and if you haven't yet contributed, there's still time - but only just.
Articles on any subject are currently being accepted either by post or email and already a steady flow of material has been reaching the editor's office.
Our two previous Readers Editions won awards in London and beyond for their innovation and content, and if you want to be part of the latest edition, send your article and pictures to Readers Edition, Ham&High, 100A Avenue Road, Hampstead, London NW3 3HF or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, remembering to include your daytime contact details.
Please also mark your correspondence 'Readers Edition'.
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You can write on any subject you wish, subject to normal editing procedures.
Previous Readers Edition have contained everything from crosswords, cartoons and poems to humorous or nostalgic articles on life in Ham&High land and in-depth analysis of local issues like planning, parking, politics, traffic management and architecture.
- 1 Camden's Levertons to arrange the funeral of Prince Philip on April 17
- 2 Primrose Hill to close at night this weekend after antisocial behaviour
- 3 The questions council 'must answer' after spending £23m on £10m office
- 4 Calls for law change after Highgate School sexual abuse allegations
- 5 Hampstead, Highgate and Primrose Hill beer gardens reopening on April 12
- 6 Prince Philip remembered in pictures: London Zoo visits and trips to the theatre
- 7 This destruction of a woodland site must be halted
- 8 Revealed: How council paid £23m for an office block valued at £10m
- 9 How a 'terrifying' Hampstead spree of robberies was brought to an end
- 10 Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: Wait for second verdict could last 'until Easter'
The choice of subject is yours but please remember that the demand on space will be high so don't overwrite! Emailed pictures should be in jpeg format.