Booklets and newsletters

  • How to make your neighbourhood newsletter look good

    Tips on designing neighbourhood newsletters that are attractive and easy to read.

  • How to write clearly in your neighbourhood newsletter

    This page gives you tips on how to write clearly in a community newsletter. The ideas here will also be useful for other types of writing, for example in letters, emails and publicity materials.

  • Newsletter checklist

    A sample checklist you can use to plan the production of your group’s neighbourhood newsletter.

  • Planning a community newsletter

    Producing a newsletter for your neighbourhood can be a great way to share news and to build a sense of community. This information will help neighbourhood community groups to produce and print successful newsletters. It is useful for other types of community newsletters too, including electronic newsletters.

  • Support with producing newsletters

    Creating a newsletter can be a really useful way of keeping members of your group regularly updated on important local issues, upcoming events and on the work of your group. But it does involve a bit of forward planning and will take a bit of time.

  • Support with publicity and printing

    At the Resource Centre we can help groups to produce publicity and stationery, and provide administrative support.

  • What will you put in your neighbourhood newsletter?

    Ideas about what to include in your newsletter (and what to avoid)

The services listed below are not provided by the Resource Centre. These are websites and services we feel are particularly useful for small groups in Brighton & Hove, and which are not easy to find by searching the internet.