Harberton Village Email Circulation

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The Harberton Village Email Circulation continues to grow steadily in parallel with the website. In principle it covers the same area as the website (website coverage area), but can include interested parties beyond that area by request. Approximately half of the 300+ households are now covered by the circulation. Anyone in the website area (and beyond) can join the circulation. We even have a couple of recipients in Australia!

Subscribe to our emailing list
Click this link http://eepurl.com/dmHmnj to join the Harberton Folk email circulation which uses the MailChimp service and is compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in force with effect from 25 May 2018.

MailChimp allows you to subscribe / unsubscribe automatically. After completing the form initially, you will be asked to complete the subscription process by clicking a link in an email MailChimp will send you. It's as simple as that.

Please note: If you are a Gmail user,
the e-circulars may well sometimes arrive in your 'Promotions' inbox folder rather than 'Primary' - if you see these separately - or possibly even in your Spam folder, so do please check the latter if you think you are not receiving what you should be receiving.

The MailChimp system ensures total confidentiality of all email addresses. Your email address will never be revealed unless you specifically include it in your message for circulation, or agree to it being included.

The aim of the Circulation is to offer a means of immediate local communication for practically any purpose.
It is totally confidential; I never reveal email addresses unless specifically requested or someone gives me permission to. The email circulars are very much specific to the village and contain personal small ads (e.g. for sale, wanted, nothing 'large-scale' commercial), lost & found, public notices, occasional events, anything particular happening at the pub, church matters, occasional nature notes... all that sort of thing. They are also irregular - there might be 3 in a week, then nothing for a week.
Some of the items we've managed to find new homes for over the years include a rabbit hutch, pieces of worktop, various pieces of furniture, a rubber plant, 5-bar gate, concrete reinforcing mesh... to name but a few, and located various requested items for people .