Thursday, October 15, 2009

Belvoir Angel wins Publication of the Day

The winner is a parish magazine from Leicestershire called the:

According to the Leicester Mercury:

About 500 copies of the magazine, from the nine churches which make up the Vale of Belvoir benefice, are distributed in villages between Bottesford and Long Clawson. It is either put through doors of people who request it, or left in churches for people to collect.
Later. It has been pointed out to me that if I explain that Belvoir is pronounced beaver then a) this story will make more sense to people who do not live in Leicestershire and b) it will get more hits.

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