© 2009 Killearn Community Futures Company

The Killearn Courier is a full-colour community magazine published three times a year, in March, August, and November. It is distributed free to every household in the Killearn Community Council area. Extra copies can be purchased for £1 from the Co-op or the honesty box in Killearn Village Hall.

The Courier is produced by volunteer members of KCFC, and the printing cost is entirely met from advertising, so please support our advertisers.

If you live out of the Killearn area you can set up a subscription. Use our form to give your name and address and we will tell you the current cost.

The Courier is produced by an enthusiastic team of volunteers, who sell advertising, solicit and write articles, seek out photographs and lay-out the magazine for printing.

We cannot do anything without your help so we welcome your  contributions, photographs, letters, etc. If you are interested in any aspect of magazine production, we welcome new volunteers.

The Courier takes its responsibilities to children, young people and vulnerable adults very seriously and has adopted a formal editorial policy which you can read here.

If you wish to contact every household in the area, we welcome your advertising. It is your advertising that supports the magazine, without that income we would be unable to continue. So why not help your business and help the community at the same time.

To send us your contributions, to volunteer, book advertising space or find out our advertising rates and details, please use our form.

You may view or down load the current and previous editions by clicking the date in the archive on the left. The recent editions are quite large files and will take between 50 and 100 seconds for a 1Mbps connection.

Each edition is a low-resolution Adobe Reader© file. You are welcome to save it to your computer.

Please use our form to tell us if you are unable to download an issue.

The contents are copyright, so please contact us if you wish to reprint any article or photograph.


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Spring 2005

 Issue 28:

Spring 2014

Issue 2:

Summer 2005

 Issue 29:

Summer 2014

Issue 3:

Winter 2005

 Issue 30:

Winter 2014

Issue 4:

Spring 2006

 Issue 31:

Spring 2015

Issue 5:

Summer 2006

 Issue 32:

Summer 2015

Issue 6:

Winter 2006

 Issue 33:

Winter 2015

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Spring 2007

 Issue 34:

Spring 2016

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Summer 2007

 Issue 35:

Summer 2016

Issue 9:

 Winter 2007

 Issue 36:

Winter 2016

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Spring 2008

 Issue 37:

Spring 2017

Issue 11:

Summer 2008

 Issue 38:

Summer 2017

Issue 12:

Winter 2008

 Issue 39:

Winter 2017

Issue 13:

Spring 2009

 Issue 40:

Spring 2018

Issue 14:

Summer 2009

 Issue 41:

Summer 2018

Issue 15:

Winter 2009

 Issue 42:

Winter 2018

Issue 16:

Spring 2010

 Issue 43:

Spring 2019

Issue 17:

Summer 2010

Issue 44:

Summer 2019

Issue 18:

Winter 2010

Issue 45:

Winter 2019

Issue 19:

Spring 2011

Issue 46:

Spring 2020

Issue 20:

Summer 2011

Issue 47:

Summer 2020

Issue 21:

Winter 2011

Issue 48:

Winter 2020

Issue 22:

Spring 2012

Issue 49:

Spring 2021

Issue 23:

Summer 2012

Issue 50:

Summer 2021

Issue 24:

Winter 2012

Issue 51:

Winter 2021

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Spring 2013

Issue 52:

Spring 2022

Issue 26:

Summer 2013

Issue 53:

Summer 2022

Issue 27:

Winter 2013