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A snippet of the autumn edition 2022
The Cover of the Spring edition 2022
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Here's some of the Autumn 2020 edition:
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Edition 1 was published in September 2007.
Edition Six of the Hampstead Village Voice which came out in 2008 nearly had the editor sued by various corporations, sent to Guantanamo for defacing the American flag and hung drawn and quartered at The Tower for treason.
The Hammies 2015
AKA The Hampstead Village Voice Awards 2008, 2010, 2015, 2017 and 2019.
Mr Kelly did such a good job in 2008, we gave him an award in 2010
Have a butcher's at the inaugural Hampstead Village Voice Awards which took place in December 2008 at Burgh House featuring Jon Moss, Henry Kelly and Mustafa Goldstein.
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We're not sure why the cover to edition 8 came out so small but, hey - isn't it lovely!
The front cover of edition 13.
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