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The September Edition Oxted Local is now online to view it use this link: https://oxtedlocal.co.uk/magazines/September_2020/index.html We are now taking bookings for the October edition, the deadline for artwork is 11th September – visit our website for more information and future deadlines: https://oxtedlocal.co.uk If you would like to submit any local news to our social media…
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