Welcome to our new directory section. Here you will find all the information you need about UK regional and local newspapers, newspaper websites, newspaper publishing companies and the people who work for them.
This page groups together the information previously available via the ‘daily search’ facility together with the ‘what we’ve written about your newspaper’ pages for daily titles. Here you will find contact details for each regional daily title in the UK including address, telephone number, e-mail address, who edits it, who owns it, and a Google map showing the location of the office.
On this page you will find the information about weekly newspapers previously available via the ‘weekly search’ facility together with the ‘what we’ve written about your newspaper’ pages for weekly titles. There are contact details for each weekly title in the UK that has previously been featured on HTFP, including address, telephone number, e-mail address, who edits it, who owns it, and a Google map showing the location of the office.
Here you will find links to all the daily and weekly newspaper websites alphabetically listed in one place.
On this page you will find a list of major UK regional publishers, each linking through to a page listing all the stories about that particular group. In general the stories that appear here are “group wide” stories about a particular company rather than stories about individual newspapers. These can be found in the daily and weekly newspapers sections.
If you need to find out the latest circulation figures for a UK regional or local newspaper, you will find it here together with an index of all the stories we have written about regional ABC figures over the past couple of years.
Most stories published on HTFP have been ‘tagged’ with the names of the newspapers, organisations and people mentioned in it. These show up as ‘Related Topics’ on each individual story page. The HTFP Tags page lists all the people, organisations and concepts that have been written about on HTFP. Click on any of the links to view the story archive for that topic.