FEN content & download  © 2012-18              Updated 22 September 2018                 Website & FlipBooks created and maintained by  CRYSTAL TECHNICAL LTD  Longhope  

Welcome to the download website for the Forest Edge News Magazine

(Birdwood, Bulley, Churcham, Huntley, Longhope & May Hill)


Church and community news & ‘what’s on’ pages. Active web/email links to people, events and advertisers.

This simple site lets you to view or download our magazine as a flipbook

You can also use this site to contact the people who make FEN possible


Please note to read the current issues of the magazine beyond the contents page
 requires a password purchased by subscription. Type the password when prompted.
Older editions are available free by clicking the ‘old issues’ tab.


If you wish to advertise in the magazine,subscribe to a regular monthly copy of this magazine at an
 annual cost of £5, or have any problems opening the file, please use the links below

Subscribe or Contact the Editor

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 OLD ISSUES of eFEN  - free access

October 2018 eFEN
Available to read now
Sept Edition still available below

Church Services

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ENTHUSIASTIC NEW EDITOR REQUIRED

Adam, our editor for the past 4 years  has moved out of the area and so we are looking for  someone to take on this role.

An alternative Tablet/Mobile/iPad eFEN (subscribers)


Clicking on one of the access buttons to the
left will directly open the latest or previous password-protected eFEN in your browser

LATEST ISSUE eFEN -  live in your Browser (subscribers)

The latest ‘Live’ browser versions of eFEN should also run in the browser on your on Tablet/Mobile/Apple. If it doesn’t, try
accessing directly from this alternative button

PREVIOUS ISSUE eFEN -  live in your Browser (subscribers) LATEST eFEN download for Windows PC (subscribers)

This Windows version is an executable file which you can download, save and then run
If you get a warning that the file could be dangerous, please be assured it should be safe to open.  If you have any concern please use your antivirus software to scan the saved file before opening it

The browser eFEN files are compatible with the latest browsers (HTML5), however your computer may still request
Adobe Flash Player. If this is not available  click this link to download and install it. http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

Mail: adam@fenmag.co.uk