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Leek Wootton Link is the parish magazine of All Saints’ Church, Leek Wootton, and is distributed free of charge to all households within the Civil Parish of Leek Wootton & Guy’s Cliffe, via email, posted further afield on request and available online at ISSUU by clicking the image below:

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In its current incarnation, Leek Wootton Link was established in the early 1990s by Helen and Ruth Cornwall-Jones (the wife and daughter of the Vicar at that time) as a magazine for both the Church and Community.  

When the Parish Council achieved Quality Parish status, requiring it to keep all residents fully informed of its activities, the decision was made that the size of the community (approximately 470 households), could only support one circulating newsletter.  The Parish Council therefore now supports the production of Leek Wootton Link.

The current Editorial Team took the magazine on in November 2010, setting out to pack the magazine with the latest news, reports on and upcoming events for groups and organisations, large and small, within the Parish.

Leek Wootton Link is published ten times a year, monthly (doubles: July/August, December/January) free of charge, although all readers are invited to make an annual donation towards the magazine.

Submitting Articles or Letters for Publication

Articles and photographs should be submitted by email to:, or they can be hand delivered to 30 Hill Wootton Road (Please note: the Editorial Team reserves the right to shorten or edit any material that is submitted for publication).


The magazine accepts advertising on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis. For more information about advertising rates, please contact

Publication Dates

The advertising and copy deadlines are published in the Parish Calendar. (Please Note: there are no deadlines in July or December, as these are when the two double issues are out.)

To read the online version, click here to go to The Leek Wootton Link Library on ISSUU.

If you would like to be added to either the email or postal distribution lists, please contact