he Village Postie distributes email messages from people in the village to a mailing list of subscribed villagers. Example topics are: Thames Valley Police alert notices; Parish Council meeting notices; society events; for sale and wanted items; looking for certain trades and professions; lost pets; Rose and Crown upcoming events; and much more......
Around 700 people in the village are signed-up to receive Village Postie messages. Each message is reviewed by the Village Postie to ensure inappropriate or annoying messages are not distributed. Recipient emails addresses are not shared, and each message contains a link to opt-out of the service.
To receive messages sign up here.
To unsubscribe, use the link at the bottom of each email.
To have a message sent out to the village mailing list, email it to email@example.com . Please note the following guidelines:
- Attachments cannot be forwarded - they are removed by the email distribution software to avoid risk of spreading viruses. If you wish to send images please compress and then paste them into the body of the email, and consider the recipient's inbox and their download speeds when choosing picture quality or multiple pictures. You can always send high definition and additional pictures to people that respond.
- The sender's name must be included in the message. Anonymous or offensive messages will not be forwarded.
Wingrave with Rowsham Communiqué
The Communiqué is published monthly. 750 copies are printed and circulated widely in Wingrave and Rowsham.
Published by Wingrave Community Association.
Printed by Rush and Warwick Ltd, Leighton Buzzard 01525 372205.
Editorial Team: Nigel Crump; Tony Jackson.
Accounts / Advertising: Ruth Mendoza.
To submit articles please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Communiqué policy document is available here.
WCA specification subject to change without notice. All brands and trademarks remain the property of the their respective owners. WCA does not endorse any advertisers products or services. Errors and omissions excepted.
For the best printing reproduction, supply copy for advertisements should be in black and white. The editors cannot be held responsible for poor the reproduction quality of coloured adverts.
This content of this page is maintained by the Village Postie and the Communiqué team