Thanks to the generosity of our readers our recent appeal for funds raised £23,000 which means we can carry on for at least another year, each edition costs £4000 to publish, expand our readership (essential for financial survival) and ensure that in a few years the magazine is handed on to young, equally enthusiastic hands.
In the medium term it is inevitable that some time next year we will have to raise our subscription prices. Meanwhile if you are planning your will do give a moment’s thought to a bequest to the Salisbury Review, and please when you have finished reading your paper copy give it to a friend. In addition if you are a subscriber to the digital version feel free to send a copy to your friends, you can download it from the web site, for which there is no extra charge, and ask them once they have read it to pass it on.
So; “The people that walked in (digital)darkness will see a great light..” Apologies to Isiah 9.2 KJV
Thank you again.Myles Harris