Honeycomb Magazine


The aims of Honeycomb are:

  1. To inform abut local facilities and services

  2. News and articles about local churches

  3. To advertise forthcoming events

  4. To record local events and create an archive

  5. To report local Parish Council news

  6. To alert people to local crime and assist police

  7. To create interest in the hobbies and activities of people in our area

Honeycomb comes out on or before the first of each month. It is 50p a copy, and is available in village shops and some churches. If you take out an annual subscription for £5, you can have it delivered your door in in any of the above villages or hamlets without extra charge. If you would like to subscribe, click here.

Written contributions are invited on any subject that will be of interest and that authors would like to share. Please submit these as early as possible, and by the 12th of the month at the very latest. To contact the Editor, click here.

Advertising in Honeycomb starts from only £6 per month. Click here for our guidance note for advertisers. Please note that advertising space is limited, so submit your copy as far in advance as possible to avoid disappointment. For enquiries, or to email copy, click here.


The monthly Honeycomb community magazine started 20 years ago, with 8 pages, entirely in black and white.

Today it has 32 pages, with full colour on the front and back covers, and a circulation of  over 700 copies.

It is edited and managed by volunteers, and is a not for profit community organisation.

About Honeycomb

The Honeycomb

A Magazine for Ten Villages

Biddestone   Burton   Castle Combe   Grittleton

Leigh Delamere   Littleton Drew   Nettleton   Slaughterford

West Kington   Yatton Keynell

and the hamlets of

Giddea Hall   Hartham   Long Dean   Sevington

West Yatton and West Kington Wick