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Bristol-based hyperlocal newspaper network grows to 15 titles in five years with launch of two new monthly publications

From Press Gazette
Posted 21 April 2017, 5.25am edt

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A Bristol-based hyperlocal newspaper franchise has expanded to add another two new titles making a total portfolio of 15, all of which have been established within the last five years. The St George and Redfield Voice and Thornbury Voice, launched ...


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