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== The Highwayman ==
 
== The Highwayman ==
  
CTC Devon publish a colour magazine called "The Highwayman".
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South Devon CTC publish a colour magazine called "The Highwayman" that is available as a printed magazine or [https://issuu.com/thehighwayman on-line.]
Ten issues are published each year and it is circulated to around 200 members.
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Ten issues are published each year and the printed copy is circulated to around 200 members.
 
Each issue is usually around 32 pages long and contains reports of recent Runs as well as News, Touring and General Articles.
 
Each issue is usually around 32 pages long and contains reports of recent Runs as well as News, Touring and General Articles.
 
Enclosed with each issue is a convenient list of planned rides and events for the next 6 weeks.
 
Enclosed with each issue is a convenient list of planned rides and events for the next 6 weeks.
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The magazine is edited by [mailto:thehighwayman@yahoo.com Shaun East] and production is overseen by  
 
The magazine is edited by [mailto:thehighwayman@yahoo.com Shaun East] and production is overseen by  
[mailto:jean@brierly.plus.com Jean Brierly]  
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[mailto:geoffsharpe35@gmail.com Geoff Sharpe]  
 
[[Image:Highwayman_cover.jpg|right]]
 
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=== Sample Copy ===
 
A [http://www.lkjh.org/Highwayman/highwayman_2009_06.pdf sample copy] of the Highwayman (from June 2009) is
 
available [http://www.lkjh.org/Highwayman/highwayman_2009_06.pdf on-line].
 
  
 
=== Highwayman Subscriptions ===
 
=== Highwayman Subscriptions ===
  
The subscription year runs from October.  
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The subscription year for the printed copy runs from October.  
  
 
Please email [mailto:thehighwayman@yahoo.com Shaun] for details of current subscription rates. Reduced rates are available for OAPs and for collection by hand (e.g. on [[CoffeePots|Coffee Pot Rides]]).
 
Please email [mailto:thehighwayman@yahoo.com Shaun] for details of current subscription rates. Reduced rates are available for OAPs and for collection by hand (e.g. on [[CoffeePots|Coffee Pot Rides]]).
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=== Archive ===
 
=== Archive ===
  
An [http://www.lkjh.org/Highwayman/archive/index.html archive of back issues] of the Highwayman is being maintained
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An archive of back issues of the Highwayman is being maintained in electronic form as pdf files. At present this archive is only available to Committee Members.
in electronic form as [http://www.lkjh.org/Highwayman/archive/index.html pdf files]. At present this archive is only available to Committee Members.
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<!--An [http://www.lkjh.org/Highwayman/archive/index.html archive of back issues] of the Highwayman is being maintained
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in electronic form as [http://www.lkjh.org/Highwayman/archive/index.html pdf files]. At present this archive is only available to Committee Members.-->

Latest revision as of 10:29, 31 May 2020

The Highwayman

South Devon CTC publish a colour magazine called "The Highwayman" that is available as a printed magazine or on-line. Ten issues are published each year and the printed copy is circulated to around 200 members. Each issue is usually around 32 pages long and contains reports of recent Runs as well as News, Touring and General Articles. Enclosed with each issue is a convenient list of planned rides and events for the next 6 weeks.

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The magazine is edited by Shaun East and production is overseen by Geoff Sharpe

Highwayman cover.jpg

Highwayman Subscriptions

The subscription year for the printed copy runs from October.

Please email Shaun for details of current subscription rates. Reduced rates are available for OAPs and for collection by hand (e.g. on Coffee Pot Rides).

Highwayman Contributions

Contributions for the magazine should be sent via email to the editor Shaun East Hi resolution copies of photographs or originals would be preferred if possible.

Archive

An archive of back issues of the Highwayman is being maintained in electronic form as pdf files. At present this archive is only available to Committee Members.