How many issues will there be this year?
To start, Twigs will have two issues: the First will be in May and the next will be published in November 2021.
What age group is Twigs magazine aimed at?
Twigs is primarily aimed at 4-8 year olds. However, we have had some younger readers and you never get too old to read our magazine! It is ideal to be read together with someone so that you can talk about the activities and messages within.
What's inside Twigs magazine
Twigs magaine is full of fun and engaging activites and stories. Twigs will aid the development of imagination and the utilisation use of natural resources which can be used in play. It will create awareness of a solution focussed growth mindset as well as promoting basic skills such as fine and gross motor skills, numeracy and literacy.
Do you use advertising in your magazine?
No, we will not accept paid advertising. We are advert free, plastic free, sponsorship free, corporate free.
When will I receive my issue?
Twigs will be going to print week commencing 19th April 2021 and an update will be sent once the issues are complete and ready to go. The magazine will be sent out within 3-5 days of payment.
Can I subscribe?
At the moment we do not have a subscription for the magazine but we are looking to provide this option in the near future.
Can the magazine be delivered overseas
Please contact twigs at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can confirm options and delivery costs.
What makes Twigs suitable for recycling/composting?
Twigs can be recycled with your paper waste or it can be home composted by removing the staples and then tearing the paper into smaller pieces and adding it to your compost.
Twigs magazine is made from uncoated recycled paper . It's made using a TCF (Totally Chlorine Free) pulp and the company were awarded Gold in the Cradle to Cradle certification last year 2020.
The inks are mineral oil free and use vegetable oil materials instead. Use of these inks on products suitable for disposal in waste intended for composting and eventual biodegradation will not adversely affect these processes.
The Warning stickers on the first issue are also 100% recycled and are also recyclable.