Hampstead's Favourite (and only) Local Satirical Magazine...

 "Required breakfast reading is the latest issue of Hampstead’s revered satirical rag, the Hampstead Village Voice..." 

- The New York Times (26th Sept 2013). 




The ladies at West End Lane Books boldly tuck into their Hampstead Village Voice, summer edition.


Here's what's in the summer edition:


Where to buy for £2

Although still reporting almost exclusively on matters Hampstonian, the HVV is now available at over 80 outlets in Hampstead and Saff End Green and such exotic foreign lands as Belsize Parkistan, the Soviet Gulag of Whampers, Al-HighQuaida (The Evil Axis of Highgate & Archway), Primrosia, The Wood of Singeon and the Union of Soviet Scamden Republics-Ed. Splitters!


Complimentary Copies

Once local shops have been given a month to sell the magazine at £2, a further 5,000 magazines are distributed throughout the Metropolitan Borough of Hampstead, i.e. Hampstead Garden Suburb, West Hampstead, South End Green, Belsize Park and Swiss Cottage by a professional doorstep distribution company. Doors with "No Junkmail" and the gnashing of frothing, Rotweiler's teeth behind letterboxes are avoided. 

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Slightly Crappy Online Edition 

And for all those ex-pat Hampstonians and tablet junkies, we are introducing an online edition to be released after 'proper' publication, so that no one - not even the bosses at Scamden Council, the CEO of Tesco-Stressco or the Prime Minister of Airstrip One - need be deprived of Hampstonia's favourite local, satirical magazine. 

WARNING: this online version is purposfully crappy to encourage readers to spend a whole £2 on the real thing. Please help to save your local newsagent from death by Tescopoly for a mere two-squid.

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Toodle-pip and Viva Hampstonia, land of the not so free! 

Emmanuel 'Mustafa' Goldstein. 

Editor and sworn adversary of Big Brother (Both Orwellian and televisual).

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