Monday, 21 November 2011

Revived Woking News & Mail goes fortnightly

Here, at last, is some good news about a local newspaper.

The Woking News & Mail which was closed by the Guardian Media Group in March and revived as a monthly title by an independent publisher in May, has decided to go fortnightly.

The 117- year-old paper, saved from the scrapheap by local family business Knaphill Print and Web, puts the move to going fortnightly down to "the overwhelming support and constant requests from our loyal readers since we returned to the streets of Woking."

When the paper was relaunched the new publisher said the paper would first be monthly, then fortnightly and the long term plan was to produce it as a weekly once again.

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