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The Old Diocesan - Issue 9

If you are interested in advertising in the next issue (Issue 10) of the magazine, please contact us [email protected] or email Paula Caradoc-Davies directly at [email protected].

Issue 9 of the Old Diocesan magazine is still availabe in both hard copy and online formats.   Here are the ways that you can read the magazine:

  • Download Issue 9 of The Old Diocesan Magazine or contact us at [email protected] for help with this.
  • CLICK HERE for the online version of Issue 9 that will expire in March.
  • ODs living in South Africa can request a hard copy of the magazine to be sent to their home addresses. 
  • ODs living abroad can get a hard copy of the magazine on Amazon:
    • UK Amazon link HERE
    • USA Amazon link HERE
    • France Amazon link HERE
    • Australia Amazon link HERE

Should you want to download and read earlier copies of The Old Diocesan (Issues 1 to 8) please CLICK ON THIS LINK.  You can also access the 2011 to 2020 College magazines that contain an OD section on our Magazine Archives page.

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