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 (26/09/2013).
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The 12th anniversary will be at a Hampstonian newsagent near you from Sunday the 1st of September 2019 priced £2.
Here's what's in it
Become a patron of the Hampstead Village Voice.
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HIGH STREET ZEBRA VICTORY!
Below is the updated online version of the story in the 2019 spring edition which became something of an 'historical document' before it even reached the shops – and this the day after our editor told Robert Elms on BBC London Radio: "we have an advantage over the Ham & High and Camden New Journal because we're quarterly and can take our time over getting story's right..." Well, happily, that backfired a bit and we saved the zebra crossing.
Where to buy the Hampstead Village Voice for a mere £2
The Hampstead Village Voice is available at over 80 outlets throughout Hampstead, Belsize Park, West Hampstead, South Hampstead, Swiss Cottage, Highgate, Primrose Hill, St. John's Wood, Golders Green, Kentish Town and Camden Town.
Hurrah for newsagents and small shops...
Mag One, Rosslyn Hill, Hampstead.
The Slightly Crappy Online Archive
WARNING: this online version is purposfully naff and somewhat lackadaisical in order to encourage readers like your good selves to spend their £2 on the real thing. So go help to save your local newsagent from death-by-Tescopoly by buying the Hampstead Village Voice.
Check out some Archive action Click Here!
Read mouldy old editions Here
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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