Hickling Standard


(23rd July 2021) The August/September issue of the Hickling Standard newsletter is now available – welcome to the 8th e-issue of the Hickling Standard. We are currently circulating the pdf version; the advantage is that you get to see the full colour version! Click on the cover to open up this issue.

PS. keep an eye on the page numbers – the pdf is in the booklet format but isn’t folded up.

Local History Articles included in this issue:

  • Black Cat for luck: news clipping from 1971 (not helping the fishermen …)
  • Vashti Daft: news of a sampler stitched in Hickling by 10-yr old Vashti Daft
  • Women’s Institute: new page published on the website
  • 2022 Calendar on sale now
  • We need your help!

(24th May 2021) The June/July issue of the Hickling Standard newsletter is now available – welcome to the 7th e-issue of the Hickling Standard. We are currently circulating the pdf version; the advantage is that you get to see the full colour version! Click on the cover to open up this issue.

PS. keep an eye on the page numbers – the pdf is in the booklet format but isn’t folded up!

Local History Articles included in this issue:


(22nd March 2021) The April/May issue of the Hickling Standard newsletter is now available – welcome to the 6th e-issue of the Hickling Standard. We are circulating the pdf version because we can’t produce the usual door-to-door printed version under the current restrictions; the advantage is that you get to see the full colour version! Click on the cover to open up this issue.

Local History Articles included in this issue:

PS. keep an eye on the page numbers – the pdf is in the booklet format but isn’t folded up!

Hickling Standard April May 2021
Hickling Standard April May 2021

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(1st February 2021) The February/March issue of the Hickling Standard newsletter is now available – welcome to the 5th e-issue of the Hickling Standard. We are circulating the pdf version because we can’t produce the usual door-to-door printed version under the current restrictions; the advantage is that you get to see the full colour version! Click on the cover to open up this issue.

PS. keep an eye on the page numbers – the pdf is in the booklet format but isn’t folded up!

From February to March (article Hickling Standard 2021)
From February to March (article Hickling Standard 2021)

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(1st December 2020) The December/January issue of the Hickling Standard newsletter is now available – welcome to the 4th e-issue of the Hickling Standard. We are circulating the pdf version because we can’t produce the usual door-to-door printed version under the current restrictions; the advantage is that you get to see the full colour version! Click on the cover to open up this issue

PS. keep an eye on the page numbers – the pdf is in the booklet format but isn’t folded up!


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(1st October 2020) The October/November issue of the Hickling Standard newsletter is now available – welcome to the 3rd e-issue of the Hickling Standard. We are circulating the pdf version because we can’t produce the usual door-to-door printed version under the current restrictions; the advantage is that you get to see the full colour version! Click on the cover to open up this issue

PS. keep an eye on the page numbers – the pdf is in the booklet format but isn’t folded up!


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(28th July 2020) The August/September issue of the Hickling Standard newsletter is now available – welcome to the 2nd e-issue of the Hickling Standard. We are circulating the pdf version because we can’t produce the usual door-to-door printed version under the current restrictions; the advantage is that you get to see the full colour version! Click on the cover to open up this issue

PS. keep an eye on the page numbers – the pdf is in the booklet format but isn’t folded up!


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(26th May 2020) The June/July issue of the Hickling Standard newsletter is now available – we are circulating the pdf version because we can’t produce the usual door-to-door printed version under the current lockdown restrictions; the advantage is that you get to see the full colour version! Click on the cover to open up this issue.

PS. keep an eye on the page numbers – the pdf is in the booklet format but isn’t folded up!