Dore to Door

Produced quarterly in February, May, August and November, Dore to Door is a Dore Village Society publication and is delivered free to over 3,600 households in Dore. If you get a copy through your letterbox then you live in the Dore Village Society's area of benefit. The magazine is also available on subscription to any address in the UK for £5 per annum.

All copies of Dore to Door are now available electronically as a PDF download, with each copy individually searchable so that you can rapidly find articles of interest: find a copy of the most recent edition of Dore to Door* on the right or click on the list below to view a past issue.

Dore to Door is paid for by its advertisers, most of which are small and/or local businesses. We are grateful for their support, without which our local magazine could not be produced. After production costs, all money raised by the magazine goes straight back into our community, either directly through the annual Lantern parade, Christmas lights, summer flower tubs and events organised by DVS, or indirectly through donations which DVS makes to smaller local charities and voluntary groups.

To advertise in Dore to Door please contact our Advertising Manager, Richard Courcier at advertising@doretodoor.co.uk who will be happy to advise you on current rates and discounts. Don't forget to ask about our free layout service.

For all other enquiries, in the first instance please contact me at editor@doretodoor.co.uk or you can telephone me on 07850 221048.

John Eastwood - Editor

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To search an issue of Dore to Door: wait until the issue has downloaded, then hold down the Ctrl key and press the F key. A search box will open. Enter the words you wish to search for, then scroll through the document by clicking on the arrowhead symbols. The down arrowhead reveals additional search options.

Previous issues of Dore to Door