Issue 344 is out now – click here for a pdf.

As an important community link it is important that we get Grange Now out to local residents, in particular older people who may be on their own, with possibly no internet connection.

Can I let you know 3 things.
1. This issue of Grange Now is being delivered by your local postman or postwoman – it will arrive as normal through your door in the next few days.
2. The next deadline is 17th April and WILL be going ahead.
3. Advertisers will not be charged for online editions.

1. THIS ISSUE OF GRANGE NOW IS BEING DELIVERED BY YOUR LOCAL POSTIE
A huge thank you to the Grange postal service who have agreed to deliver this month’s Grange Now over the next few days. This is a great help to the community as it contains important information about getting support and where to phone to get food delivered. The internet is great but for some people is not available to them so I am extremely grateful to your local postal service for their help.

2. THE NEXT DEADLINE IS 17th APRIL AND IS GOING AHEAD
It is also important that the local community keep in contact so I can confirm the next issue will be going ahead – the deadline is 17th April. As things stand we may have to put this out online through our website and facebook if the printers is closed. We will know more nearer the time.

3. ADVERTISERS WILL NOT BE CHARGED FOR ONLINE EDITIONS
Advertisers – please be reassured that we will continue producing the paper and we will not charge you for adverts in the paper until it is being printed and delivered again. This means that if you have an advert in the next online issue, it will go in and you won’t be charged. It is vital that we try and keep our local economy moving as much as possible. Please send us your advert instructions in the usual way before the deadline of 17th April.

Grange Now is a free monthly newspaper, serving the local community of Grange-over-Sands and the Cartmel peninsula.

The Grange Now newspaper (print run 6,000) has been delivered to homes in Grange, Kents Bank, Allithwaite, Flookburgh, Ravenstown, Cark, Cartmel, Lindale, High Newton, Barber Green, Ayside, Field Broughton, Backbarrow, Brow Edge, Haverthwaite, Meathop & Witherslack every month since 1991.

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