The Mag

A few items here about Ticknall Life Magazine – its history and its growth, how it works; but not least, our contributors – and how you could become one of them.

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    A page dedicated to our valued contributors. Shown below are authors who have contributed more than one post.

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    Submitting content to Ticknall Life has never been easier! Just fill in your name, email and the title of your post. Answer the Anti-Spam question, then type or paste your copy into the content box. If you have an image, use the ‘Browse’ button to choose the image on your computer. Confirm that you are […]

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    Ticknall Life community magazine depends heavily on the contributions of volunteer writers. Our magazine can only be sustained by the support and involvement of the volunteer community. But that’s fine – we do it for the community. We create articles for ourselves, for each other and for visitors, too. And – say it quietly – […]

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    It was in April 2009 when our website was the subject of glowing praise from Tim Fletcher through the pages of the Burton Mail newspaper. We all felt proud when the website for our quiet little South Derbyshire village was compared with national newspaper portals being “packed with relevant, informative and up-to-date content.” Tim showered […]

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    Thanks to great community support, Ticknall Life has won strong praise from the Webwatch column in the Burton Mail, out today. This is what Tim Fletcher, who writes their excellent column, had to say:- “Most village websites are relatively small-scale, low-tech affairs. Not Ticknall’s. The South Derbyshire village boasts a highly impressive site “Ticknall Life” […]

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    Having spent about ten years developing the derelict stables at the limeyards, we found ourselves with empty bedrooms and empty bank accounts – perfect conditions for the emergence of a bed and breakfast business. But how to get it off the ground without spending a small fortune on advertising and commissions? Obviously (even in the […]

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