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our newsletter

@KPS

Kernow Positive Support use to provide information and local news in our quarterly publication @KPS, which was produced in a partnership initiative with Thames Valley Positive Support (TVPS). The @Series newsletters were formatted and designed by KPS Publications, which was a collaboration with TVPS, an HIV registered charity based in Berkshire. Take a look at the TVPS quarterly version by clicking here.

TVPS started producing a regular newsletter for service users living in the area as early as 1989 producing EXCESS, later to become the successful Official Whispers, and then News @ TVPS. Finally becoming what it is today, the popular @TVPS. You can read about the history of the original TVPS Publications by clicking on Newletter History button adjacent.

KPS originally received funding from the Peter Moores Foundation during 2004 to 2007 to develop, produce/print and circulate our bi-monthly printed version of this successful publication to service users, local statutory/voluntary agencies and other individuals within Cornwall. @KPS is currently funded by Cornwall County Council and the Health Authority and our newsletter continues to be a popular and successful publication with a circulation of over 450 copies. Currently due to funding constraints we are no longer producing a regular newsletter. However, it is hoped if funding becomes available KPS will be able reintroduce @KPS.

The printed version of @KPS was free of charge to people affected by HIV. However, we would always welcome voluntary subscriptions, which include postage, of £10 per year for 6 issues. Please contact us for further details on our newsletter.

By clicking on the button adjacent our last newsletter is available as an Acrobat PDF version. Why not print out yourself a copy yourself.

KPS currently does not produce a newsletter - @KPS. However, why not look back at previous issues by clicking on the link adjacent.

SPRING 2013

16 Page - Special Edition

ONLINE NOW

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@KPS

editorial team

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KPS PUBLICATIONS

Kernow Positive Support

P. O. Box 85

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Tel:01872 258453

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