Last updated 8th February 2021
This page previously featured information about the ways to submit content for The See - we are keeping it live for now to include the following information ...
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: After many years of publication we are now no longer producing The See magazine as a Diocese.
For a full explanation of why this has happened click here to go straight to it (and you can also explore The See archive elsewhere on the page this link takes you to).
The news about the cancellation was first communicated to parishes in a letter sent by Bishop Julian (relevant excerpt below) on February 5 to all clergy, inc PTO; Bishop's Council and Diocesan Synod members; churchwardens; treasurers; LLMs and DBF and DBE employees.
There was also a story in the regular Parish Update ebulletin of February 10 linking to the page linked to above for more information.
As The See draws to a close, we would like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has contributed in any way to the magazine over the years - we are very grateful.
A further important message at this time for all PEOPLE AND PLACES contributors ...
After each edition of The See magazine was compiled, all events contributed to People and Places were also, always, transferred to the Events section of the Diocesan website for further promotion; as well as being forwarded to local media as short filler pieces.
We want to continue to help you promote your events. So, if you were a regular contributor of forthcoming events to the PEOPLE AND PLACES section of The See (and you want to continue to have your events feature on the Events section of the website) please send the details to Karen Ashcroft at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will ensure they appear there.
Please make your contributions about 75-100 words in length and contribute the words in an email or as an attached Word file. You can also include pdfs of promotional posters and/or images and logos associated with the event.
Please note, we cannot take words for your event straight from pdfs only however. Often the wording on a poster is not complete sentences and pdfs can't always be accessed for editing anyway. Hence the request for information to be supplied as already outlined for ease of engagement and to ensure we can speedily add it to the website. Thank you.
Ronnie Semley (last updated February 2021)