The LINK magazine, which serves the communities of Arkendale, Copgrove, Farnham, Ferrensby, Scotton and Staveley, cannot be printed, collated or distributed in its usual format during the current Coronavirus restrictions. The magazine will continue to be available during the restrictions in digital format, until further notice.
Copies of the 2020 digital editions are now available in Portable Document Format (PDF) from the list below and in our Document Library, where they can be read and downloaded by selecting the respective issue. If your web browser has a built in or plug-in PDF reader you will be able to read the magazine online. If not, you will be asked to download it, where it will be available for you to read on your own device using a local PDF reader.
The LINK Magazine Documents
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Documents with the type are Google Slides.
Documents with the type are Google Forms.
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