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MICHAEL YEO, Estate agent Borehamwood
SHADES HAIR, Hair with attitude Borehamwood
THE WAY FORWARD PRODUCTIONS, Borehamwood
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Community magazine for Arkley Borehamwood,
We donate all the profit to local Charities.
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20,000 letterboxes will get this magazine in 2014 twice a year
Founded September 2009 incorporated as a Limited company January 2013 with 5 Directors
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MONEY OFF VOUCHERS
With effect from the Spring edition 2014 of this magazine we will be delivered into two areas twice a year 10,000 copies four times a year giving a total of 20,000 to each area every year.
Normal prices before discount and advertising in all 4 editions is as follows and we do not charge VAT.
Full page £250.00
Half Page £130.00
Qrtr page £70.00
Eighth page £40.00
Other sizes £30.00
Inside front, page 3, inside back
and back add 25% premium.
Borehamwood South 7,000 copies
Elstree 1,200 copies
Arkley 1,800 copies
delivered Spring and Autumn
Borehamwood North 6,500copies
Shenley 1,500 copies
Radlett 2,000 copies
Delivered Summer and Winter
Figures given for distribution are approximate
COMMUNITY CLEAN UP
THE FUTURE OF TRIED AND TRUSTED
Our aim for 2015 is to publish 12 editions a year with 15,000 copies every month and to become a news publication concentrating on local issues.
Sport local youth activity etc.will be promoted.
Staff will be paid but we will still donate any profit back to community projects, charities etc.
Additional staff such as Graphic designers,feature editors and reporters etc.will be employed, some part time whilst it may be necessary to have some full time employees.
We will also be seeking out a local office for production that the public will have access to and meet members of our staff.
Priority to advertise is given to local traders who must accept our principles of Honesty, Reliability Professionalism, Value for Money.and support our charity giving.
Between 10 & 20% a traders pays for their advertisement is donated to a local charity.
The Future of Tried and Trusted see below
WE ONLY PROMOTE PROFESSIONAL TRADERS
WHO ARE HONEST AND RELIABLE
GIVING VALUE FOR MONEY
UPDATED 18TH OF APRIL 2014
UPDATED 24TH MARCH 2014
UPDATED 29TH MARCH 2014
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If you wish to meet and have a dialogue with the Editor or any of the magazine staff and or web site team. We can be at Jenny's restaurant in The High Street of Borehamwood by prior appointment Telephone 020 8953 7132 or 079 396 70055 Email email@example.com
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Tried and Trusted Film Awards 24 Oak Farm Arundel Drive Borehamwood WD6 2DD Maximum size of the short film not to exceed 15 minutes and sent before 14th of June as the awards will held on the 28th of June at the Ark Theatre Borehamwood.
RULES AND TERMS FOR SUBMITTING SHORT FILMS
- (Junior Young Adult section up to 25)
- (Adult section over 18)
- All films submitted must not exceed 15 minutes and be more than 2 minutes on an HD or blue ray disc.
- Please enclose a cheque for £10.00 payable to Tried and Trusted Film Awards
24 Oak Farm Arundel Drive Borehamwood WD6 2DD
- All films will be scrutinised for quality and content.
- The scrutiny committee reserve the right to refuse any film that is deemed to be unsuitable and your disc will be returned to you with a cheque for £8.00 if it is rejected with £2.00 deducted to cover postage.
- There is no right of appeal as the scrutineers joint decision is final.
- Content that contains excessive violence,pornography,religious ethnic blasphemy or abuse is rejected.
- Any disc you have submitted without payment will be destroyed.
- The onus is on yourselves to included payment and the content is not longer than 10 minutes.
- We have the ability to play up to 12 films only for each date.
- First come first served for 2014, others held over until 2015.
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The web master does not always agree with writers opinions but we feel obliged to publish anyway as we appreciate free expression
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What do you think about changing
our electoral cycle?
How often should we elect our councillors? That is the question to residents at the start of a consultation exercise that could change the election cycle in Hertsmere.
Currently we hold ‘elections by thirds’ which means that elections are held each year for three successive years out of four. Six wards have two councillors and will go to the polls twice over a four year period to elect one of the councillors for their ward. Nine wards have three councillors, so will vote in three consecutive years in a four year period.
We are considering changing our current election cycle to ‘whole council elections’ which would mean that all seats on the council would be elected at the same time, once every four years.
Leader of the Council, Councillor Morris Bright, is urging local residents to have their say: “It is important you have your say on how local democracy in Hertsmere is carried out.
“There are both positives and negatives for both electoral systems. To help you make an informed decision we have explained both systems and the benefits of them on our website. There is also a very short online survey where you can choose either ‘elections by thirds’ or the ‘whole council’ approach.
“After consulting with residents there will be a special Full Council meeting in July where we will consider the issue, which you can attend or watch live via a webcast on our website.”
If there is support for the whole council approach, then this would be introduced for May 2015 elections.
The timing of elections for the UK Parliament and the European Parliament will not be affected by any future change in the electoral cycle of Hertsmere Borough Council.
Please complete the online survey, which can be found on our website - www.hertsmere.gov.uk/howoftenshouldweelect - to let us know what you think. Deadline for responses is Friday 27 June 2014.
CHANGING OUR ELECTORAL SYSTEM SEE BELOW
LIST OF THE 13 CHARITIES WHO HAVE RECEIVED A DONATION FROM THE TRIED AND TRUSTED SEE BELOW
CHARITIES THAT HAVE RECEIVED DONATIONS FROM AMPSUK TRIED AND TRUSTED LTD
- 1ST BOREHAMWOOD SCOUT TROOPS
- 7TH BOREHAMWOOD SCOUT TROOP
- SENIOR CITIZENS GROUP IN SHENLEY
- SENIOR CITIZEN GROUP IN BOREHAMWOOD
- BOREHAMWOOD JUNIOR SWIMMING CLUB
- HERTSMERE JUNIOR CHESS CLUB
- BOREHAMWOOD BEREAVED FAMILIES
- BOREHAMWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH BUILDING
MOCK UP OF PROPOSED SUMMER EDITION
Parking eye without giving adequate notice have decided to reduce the parking in the retail park from 3 hours to 2 hours. Not only is this detrimental to the businesses in the town but also to the people who park their cars in the retail car park.
Most people need at least 3 hours.
A visit to the surgery could take 2 hours. Shoping in the food stores could take an hour or more visit the chemist for a prescription at least half an hour waiting in the banks when they are busy could take half an hour making a purchase from Argos, the sports shop, pound shop the shoe shop, Pet store, the phone shops and having a cup of coffee. Not to mention the shops in the High Street.
2 hours is certainly not enough and when Debenhams comes into the retail park browsing and making a purchase could take an hour or more
People were asked: Will you continue to shop in Borehamwood under the changed parking system?
Yes: ballot results 7%
No: ballot results 93% THIS WAS THE POSITION AT 3 45 PM ON SATURDAY THE 12TH OF APRIL
Donations made to local charities