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The Diocese of Lincoln newspaper

The new-look Crosslincs was launched in April 2014, following a review and consultation with the parishes. We hope that the new A4 format is more user-friendly, and that the balance of articles better reflects our diocese and the important work that you do.

We are particularly interested in hearing about community developments and good news stories and so we would be delighted to hear from you.

The deadline for articles for the September/October 2016 issue is 23rd September 2016.

Crosslincs is being distributed through the same channels as previously, so if you know of changes to either the quantity you require or the delivery address please let us know using the contact details below. For those who prefer to read their publications electronically, Crosslincs is also published on Issuu at (Issuu is a third-party website where electronic documents are published).

We look forward to hearing from you.

The Revd Adrian Smith
Communications Officer

Tel: 01522 50 40 37
Mobile: 07885 99 99 07

Crosslincs - September/October 2016

Crosslincs September_October 2016.pdf, 6620 KB PDF document


Crosslincs - July/August 2016

Crosslincs July_August 2016.pdf, 7663 KB PDF document


Crosslincs - May/June 2016

Crosslincs May:June 2016 issue.pdf, 1456 KB PDF document


Crosslincs - March/April 2016

Crosslincs March_April 2016 issue.pdf, 6484 KB PDF document


Crosslincs - January/February 2016

Crosslincs Jan_Feb 2016.pdf, 8320 KB PDF document


Crosslincs - November/December 2015

Crosslincs Nov-Dec 2015 issue.pdf, 4351 KB PDF document



Crosslincs Sep/Oct 2015

Crosslincs Sep:Oct 2015 Edition .pdf, 1919 KB PDF document


Crosslincs Jul/Aug 2015

Crosslincs Jul-Aug 2015 edition .pdf, 9164 KB PDF document

Crosslincs May/Jun 2015

May:Jun 2015 Crosslincs Online.pdf, 1752 KB PDF document

Crosslincs Mar/Apr 2015

Crosslincs Mar:Apr Edition 2015.pdf, 21047 KB PDF document


Crosslincs Jan/Feb 2015

Crosslincs Jan:Feb Edition 2015.pdf, 1208 KB PDF document

Please do send us your ideas for features for Crosslincs at