The Flying Goose

The Flying Goose is Wolvercote’s quarterly newsletter with news about local events and issues affecting our community, local history, and information about community groups and activities. Published quarterly, the Flying Goose is delivered free to 3,000 homes in the parish and ward of Wolvercote. Additional copies are available in St Peter’s. Download the current issue.

The name “Flying Goose” was chosen for several reasons. Geese have been kept on Port Meadow and Goose Green for centuries; the goose is a symbol of the Holy Spirit  in Celtic Christianity; and geese flying in the familiar V-shaped formation are an appropriate image of community co-operation. Travelling in this way, geese are able to fly nearly twice as far as a goose on its own. Each goose takes a turn as the leader whilst the others honk encouragement from behind. It also made the editorial team smile!

Articles, Community Group Directory and Events Calendar

The Flying Goose is distributed four times a year: in late March, June and September, and early December. The copy deadline for the June 2014 edition is 7 May.

To enquire whether space is available for an article, contact Sarah Pepys at sarahpepys50@yahoo.co.uk; tel: 01865 552471.

For entries to the Community Group Directory or Events Calendar, contact John Brown at john.brown@admin.ox.ac.uk; tel: 01865 515857.

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To enquire about advertising, contact Peter Bridges at twpeterbridges@btinternet.com; tel: 01865 558705.