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Swan Publishing produces four high-quality, informative, colourful, glossy, A5 community magazines.

My Moseley & Kings Heath, My Harborne & Edgbaston, My Solihull Central and My Solihull Knowle & Dorridge

Swan Publishing’s magazines help promote local businesses and include regular articles of local interest, a what’s on guide, restaurant guide, regular restaurant reviews and articles about local businesses. The magazines are delivered free to a total of 40,000 homes in South Birmingham and Solihull every two months. They are also distributed through cafes, hairdressers, local libraries, and community centres etc. People can also subscribe to receive a free electronic version of their local magazine.

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My Harborne & Edgbaston
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My Solihull
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