(Almost) Last Orders for Summer Issue bundles, Ladies and Gentlemen, Please!

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Is Transition Free Press circulating in your area?

Would you, your group or initiative like to sign up for a bundle of the only newspaper in print dedicated to reporting on all things transition?

We’re still taking orders for the summer issue, as well as for the autumn and winter editions (next winter, that is, not that this one is over yet!).

As well as the standard bundle of 250 copies @ £75.00 (30p per copy), new distributors can now choose to buy a smaller bundle of 125 copies @ £50.00 (40p per copy), including postage and packing (UK).

Many people are sharing their bundles with transition and related groups in neighbouring towns. Apart from saving on costs, sharing bundles is a great way of connecting with transition in your region. Belsize, Marlow, Reading and Walthamstow are home to just four of the hubs for Transition Free Press.

To secure your bundle, whether big  (250 copies and increments of 125) or small (125 copies), for distributing yourself, through your initiative or with other groups, contact Mark by 5pm on Monday 8th April at mark@transitionfreepress.org.uk

(i) For individual subscriptions please click here

(ii) Our distribution page has the current list of all TFP distributors – plus drop-down post with some hints and tips on how to get those TFPs out there!

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2 Responses to (Almost) Last Orders for Summer Issue bundles, Ladies and Gentlemen, Please!

  1. Pingback: April update: revving up to issue 2 | Transition Free Press


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