***JUNE 2020 UPDATE***
To all subscribers, firstly, we hope you are all well. Fancy Fowl is now FREE to read online for a limited time. Click here to view the online magazine. Please share this link!
Due to the pandemic, we were unable to publish May issue in any form but have published June issue as normal. We have reduced the pagination by 4 pages as we did not have the normal advertising demand. June will be in the post and on your door steps by the end of May.
The missing May issue will be added to your existing subscriptions. Online subscribers will not need to use credits to view the June issue.
Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter pages for continued updates:
Please stay safe and well, FF team.
***MAY 2020 UPDATE***It is with regret and after a great deal of thought that we have today decided that we will not be publishing the May issue of Fancy Fowl, and that Today Magazines will be temporarily closing from the 31st of March.
Despite looking at ways we could keep the magazine going through these challenges times, logistics meant that it was not possible. We hope our readers understand that this decision was taken to ensure the wellbeing of our staff, those on the production line, and all of you at home, following the Government’s latest advice regarding Covid-19.
The April issue will be arriving in the post as normal, but we will not be publishing the May issue.
We will add one month to all subscriptions for the missed May issue, and keep you updated on the situation, which as we all know, is changing day to day.
We’d like to thank all of those that continue to support Fancy Fowl and our Editor Jed, and we look forward to continuing normal service as soon as possible.
We know that a number of people have had concerns about caring for their stock kept at allotments or away from home during the current Covid-19 pandemic.
Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter pages for further updates:
Kevin, Greg, Jed and the whole team
N.B. in case you hadn’t seen it, we thought it might be useful to share this with you, from Cabinet Minister Michael Gove (correct as of 26/3/20):
"I think it’s perfectly sensible for people to go to an allotment."
"It’s in the very nature of allotments that there’s a safe distance between people who are working on an individual allotment.”
It’s also worth noting that farmers have been recognised as ‘key workers’ by the Government.
More information regarding Coronavirus in the UK can be found online at www.gov.uk/coronavirus/