Three weeklies are set to close with their sister title is set to become a midweek free title in a move which has placed a number of jobs at risk.
Meanwhile, Bedfordshire on Sunday will become a midweek free paper and its companion website will be closed in early October.
Some roles will be affected and new roles will also be created, but the company has yet to confirm the numbers involved.
Bedfordshire on Sunday was founded in 1977, and became part of Trinity Mirror following the group’s takeover of Local World.
The three News titles, which are also free, are run as part of the daily Cambridge News’s operation.
Simon Edgley, Trinity Mirror’s regional managing director for the South East and Central & East, said. “These decisions are never easy to make but they are necessary if we are to maintain a viable commercial operation with the opportunity to invest in the growth of our remaining news brands.
“I fully appreciate this announcement will be unsettling for those involved and we will do everything that we can in order to provide affected colleagues with the appropriate support throughout the consultation process.”
Simon took on his current role after a management restructure which saw Richard Duxbury, the former MD for the Central & East region, depart.