Editor: Virginia Ridley 01594 841294 email@example.com
The Ducktown Echo is online-only during the COVID-19 pandemic, and below you can find the latest edition, and past editions are further down this page.
The Ducktown Echo is the community newsletter for Aylburton published by the Parish Council. It is produced quarterly and distributed to all the houses in the parish and published online (scroll down for recent editions).
As well as reporting on the work of the Parish Council it contains news and information from the churches, the school, the Memorial Hall and the many community groups in the village. The Echo also acts as a notice board for advertising local events and items of interest in the village. It is produced and distributed by volunteers.
Copy for future editions is welcome at any time and should be sent to the editor. Every effort will be made to reproduce articles as they are presented but the Editor reserves the right to edit them as necessary. The Editor will assume that all necessary authorisation for attachments and photographs has been obtained.
If you can’t access editions of the Ducktown Echo in its current format please contact the Parish Clerk in the first instance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 01594 719245 and we will consider your request and will get back to you within five days.
John Harrison, local history enthusiast, produced 10 issues of Historic Aylburton, a look at some key buildings and features in the parish. Find them all on our Historic Aylburton page (opens in a new tab).
Deadlines for the next editions:
Summer 2021: 27th June 2021